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PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE LIBRAE 




Presb>i:erian College 

James H. Thomason Library 

Clinton, South Carolina 29325 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2010 with funding from 

Lyrasis IVIembers and Sloan Foundation 



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THE 1975 PAC SAC 



Presbyterian College 



Susan Ulrich 
Editor 



Volume LIX 



Clinton, South Carolina 

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Hartwell Dew 
Business Manager 




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Piesbyterian College 
James H. Thomason Library 

Clrnton. South Carolina 29325 






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DEDICATION 



As awesome as the new library is, it takes only the famil- 
iar wave from the office by the entrance to give the struc- 
ture its personality. As unconquerable as its rows and rows 
of books appear, the knowledge necessary for control is 
simply in asking the right man, and when this man does 
this job with understanding and amiability beyond measure, 
the school most surely owes him a fitting tribute. 

We, the Senior class, do therefore dedicate the 1975 
Pac Sac to Dr. Lennart Pearson. 





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LIBRARIAN 



Lennart Pearson 



DEDICATION / 5 




6 / THEME 



Classification: 

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Clinton. . .or Bailey 

... or Laurens 
Freshman 
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. . . choose one or defy them all. 





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A relative position 
to the world, all in 
whom you call your 
friends. Living in the 
flux of human emotions. 
All for the individual. . . 
but each one as part of 
something greater. . . 



THEME / 9 




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. . .the indulgence 
into the corporate mind 
of the community. 




The battle against alienation 
begins in the halls of the 
institution. The slow cycle of day- 
to-day reunion. The English class 
with John two seats over. . . the table in 
the lunchroom with the most attraction. . . 
Bio Lab. . . then to the house. 




You walk in 
and out. 



It's your own 
combination. 



The choice of 
how and to 
whom you 
relate. 



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The choice, the value you 
ascribe to daily functions, is 
your outward projection, the self 
portrait sculptured from the 
everyday. 





THEME/ 19 



It is perhaps at 
this place, this 
school, where the 
formulation of all 
that you are to 
become originates. 
And it is only 
tempered by what 
you already are, 
on the inside. 





20 / THEME 



So P.C. is an end, or a beginning, 
or a transitory experience, depending 
on what you make of it, and what 
you and the world, in the overall, 

make of yourself. 




THEME / 23 




Miss Marion F. Hill, Dean of Women 



Dr. Marc C. Weersing, President 



Mr. G. Edward Campbell, Business Manager 



Mr. Benjamin F. Ivey, Dean of Students 





ADMINISTRATION 





James Thornwell Neely III — Admissions Counselor 








John Paul Daniluk — Director of Student Aid and Placement 





Roslyn Cason Martin — Registrar 



Lennert Pearson — Head Librarian 




Grace Beach — Clinton Hall Resident Counselor 





Library Staff — Cissy Easterday, Antoinette Goodricfi, Marian Burts, Gloria 
Wysor, Marian Prater, 




Jane Pressau — Instructor in Library Science 

Administration Secretaries — Mary Letiman, Addle Wilkes, 
Sandra Alexander. Myra Templeton, Cissie Davis, Flo Dowdle, 
Gertrude Jotinson. Maudelle Finley. Janice Noffz, Agatfia Hiers, 
Irene Tankersley, Mary Sue Holmes, Mazie Jones 





John J. Mabry — Dining Hall Assistant, Mildred B. Bowers — 
Dining Hall Director, Mrs. McElveen, Mrs. Mabry, Eva S. 
Mills — Dining Hall Assistant, Mrs. Beaty 



Mrs. Babt) — Secretary, Mr. Beaty — Head of Maintenance 




Dining Hall Staff 



Dining Hall Staff 



30 / FACULTY 





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student Infirmary Assistants 



Maintenance Staff 




BIOLOGY 



Frederick C. James 




Jane P. Holt 



Paul R. Ramsey 




32 / FACULTY 




Judith A. Burns 



Anthony E. Hilger 



James D. Stidham, Chairman 




FACULTY / 33 



BUSINESS 




Faord H. Tarbert 



Carl J. Arnold, Chairman 



F. Van Clinkscales 





34 / FACULTY 




Randolph B. Huff 

K. Nolan Carter, Chairman 




CHEMISTRY 



FACULTY / 35 




Dorothy P. Brandt, Chairman 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 
AND SPECIAL EDUCATION 



Robert A. Hill 



Kenneth E. Creel 



36 / FACULTY 





Linda Suddeth 




Rachel W. Stewart 



Gloria Sims 




DEPARTMENT OF 
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8. Allen King 





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DEPARTMENT 

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MODERN 

FOREIGN 

LANGUAGES 




Richard O. Adams 




John S. Glover, Chairman 
Aurel M. Erwin 





Yvonne Tapson King 



DEPARTMENT OF 
FINE ARTS 




Not Pictured — Stephen Shaeffer, James I. Brinson 



FACULTY / 39 



HISTORY AND 

POLITICAL 

SCIENCE 








Eugene W. Womble, Chairman William W. Yarborough 



William S. Cannon 




MATHEMATICS 
AND PHYSICS 



S. Taylor Martin 






CPT Evenson 



LTC Cameron, Chairman 



CPT Holmes 



CPT Black 




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SSG Shriver 



SGM Robinson 



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FACULTY / 43 



PHYSICAL 
EDUCATION 




Robert B. Strock 



John F. Perry 



William F. Tiller 








Calhoun F. Gault, Athletic Director 



Not Pictured: Herman Jackson 



Larry G. Burch, Coordinator 



Jane J. Hammet 





PSYCHOLOGY 



Forrest G. Hutchings, III 




Claude H. Cooler, Chairman 




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Ann B. Stidham 



Jack R. Pressau 



Marion T. Gaines, IV 





Thomas A. Stallworth 



George Ramsey 



Harry Stafford 



Lewis S. Hay, Chairman 





SOCIOLOGY 



David R. Moorefield 



Ted L. Hunter, Acting Ciiairman 




FACULTY / 49 



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PC SPORTS 




The Spectator 



52 / SPORTS 




The 
Cheerleaders 




4 The Participant 




The Game 



SPORTS / 53 




1st Row, L-R — Jean McGregor, JoAnn Davis, Barbara Munday, Joy Chapman, Lynn Scott, Penny Gibbs; 2nd Row, L-R — John Hall, Bill Bowick, 
Bob Edens, Puppy Roberts. 



CHEERLEADERS 




54 / SPORTS 




SPORTS / 55 




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VARSITY TEAM 

(First Row) left to right: Ted Wenzky, John Orck, Buddy Gaddy, David Hartsell, Eddie Fendley, Ken Hudlow, Dan Adams, David Pratt, Mike 
Fulmer, Donnie Fleming, Steve Snipes, Trent Stockman. (Second Row): Bee Carllon, Alan Smith, David Penland, Steve Farish, Cliff Poston, 
James Brovi^n, Joey Trice, Nelson Barton, Larry Green, Eddie Nash, James Bourne, Mark Nelson. (Third Row): Tommy Wilson, Joey Jordan, 
Jamie Hooten, George Camp, David Sexton, Herbert Baker, Bruce Hill, Danny Greer, Brent Morehouse, Wayne Atwood, Oral Chester, Elmore 
Griffin. (Fourth Row): Jerry Broome, Larry Knight, Keith Johnson, T. D. Todd, Tim McCorkle, Jody Salmon, Bert Campbell, Tommy McGee, 
Buddy Medlin, Richard Tucker. (Fifth Row): Alan Breen, Alex Rogers, John Hackett, Andy Tweito, Ken Milton, Bobby Ramsey, Kevin Byington. 



FOOTBALL 



PC Score 


Opponent 


0pp. Score 





The Citadel 


6 


L 


19 


Furman University 


22 


L 


9 


Lenoir Rhyne College 


7 


W 


12 


Wofford College 


19 


L 


21 


Mars Hill College 


20 


W 


23 


Elon College 


21 


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Western Carolina University 


28 


L 


42 


Catawba College 


20 


W 


35 


Gardner-Webb 


7 


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14 


Carson Newman 


21 


L 


37 


Newberry 


7 


W 


222 


TOTAL 


176 


W-6; 
L-5 



56 / SPORTS 





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Buren Blankenship, John Stroud, Mike Holly, John Burnside, John Templeton. 







Freshman Team 






Rick Adcock 


Barry Cox 


Tommy Houston 


Elliott Pauling 


Greg Walker 


Larry Ballard 


Claude Crocker 


Randy Jameson 


Rick Porter 


Jim Walton 


Bill Berry 


David Eliott 


Jimmy May 


Dale Provenzano 


Mark Wansley 


Ricky Black 


Tommy Gardner 


Paul Moye 


Danny Scarborough 


Blake Watts 


Corey Cannon 


Mike Gill 


Craig Murray 


Bill Sizemore 


Jay Wessel 


Larry Cannon 


Keith Greene 


Ralph McBride 


Brent Smith 


Derek Wessinger 


Steve Churm 


Stivie Gruber 


Mike McCants 


Robbie Strickland 


Kevin Williams 


Jim Colvard 


Keith Henderson 


Jim McCollum 


Alan Stegall 


Mike Wooten 


Gary Corley 


Buddy Holwell 


Lee Padgett 


Bill Tippins 







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Kneeling L-R: Mike Silver, Ian McKeithan, Marion Miller, Alvln Sewell, Ronnie Jones, Paul Rush, Keith Ritter. Standing: Norris-Mgr., Denny 
Griffin, John Leonard, David Ballenger, Sam Hanchey, Louie King, Chuck Hughston, Randy Hyde, Randy McCullen, Stroud-Trainer. 



Larry Burch 
Head Basketball Coach 




62 / SPORTS 



BASKETBALL 




The Co-Captains 
Mike Silver Marion Miller 



PC— 108 


Allen— 83 




PC— 73 


Francis Marion — 92 




PC— 69 


Lee College — 97 




PC— 78 


Tennessee Wesieyan — 71 




PC— 59 


Lee College — 73 




PC— 83 


Newberry — 76 




PC— 65 


Erskine — 77 




PC— 64 


Middle Tennessee State 


University 


PC— 106 


Coastal Carolina — 90 




PC— 63 


Central Wesieyan — 62 




PC— 72 


Wofford— 82 




PC— 91 


Limestone — 94 




PC— 82 


Erskine — 78 




PC— 84 


Mars Hill— 76 




PC— 84 


Lander — 76 




PC— 77 


UNC-Asheville— 75 




PC— 84 


Georgia Tech — 89 




PC— 74 


Wofford— 78 




PC— 70 


Central Wesieyan — 71 




PC— 82 


Erskine — 65 




PC— 77 


Lander— 79 




PC— 76 


Newberry — 90 




PC— 108 


Limestone — 76 




PC— 98 


Francis Marion — 73 




PC— 100 


Mars Hill— 84 




PC— 97 


Rollins— 118 




PC— 71 


St. Leo— 62 




PC— 69 


Newberry — 67 




PC— 129 


Coastal Carolina — 106 




PC— 78 


UNC-Asheville— 79 





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SPORTS / 63 




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Jsf Row, L to R — David Fortune. Tommy McGee, Rhea Paris, Sandy Keys, Steve Marshall. 2nd Row, L to R — Alex 
Rogers, Greg Walker, Bob Edens James Amatriain David Elliot. 3rd Row, L to R — George Camp, James Brown, Bill 
Waters. 



68 / SPORTS 



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MEN'S TENNIS 




1st Row, L-R: Antino Angel, T. K. Farley, Mike Faya. 2nd Row, L-R: Tommy Norfleet, Alvaro Angel, Carlos Behar, Coach Amaya. 



70 / SPORTS 



WOMEN'S TENNIS 





Virginia S. Balfour 
Catiiy Beaty 
Betty Lynn Lybrand 
Ellen Faulk 
Libby Galloway 
Lata Meole 
Lynn Martin 
Joanie Williams 



SPORTS / 71 




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SOCCER 



George Amaya 

Joe Boone 

James Brown 

Bob Edens 

Deck Guess 

Hamp Ferguson 

Doug Lown 

Ben Matthews 

Walter Roberts 

Harry Sullivan 

Dan Tillman 





76 / SPORTS 





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SPORTS / 77 



RIFLE TEAM 



David Connolly 




Hay Wyman 



78 / SPORTS 




Forrest Secord 



Not Pictured: 

Ward Northrup 

Bill Sinclair 

Clark Riddle 

Kathryn Garris 

Jeff Van Lear 



SPORTS / 79 



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Jeff Dye 

Clay Dykes 

Steve Farrish 

Buddy Hotwell 

T. D. Todd 

Coach Perry 



80 / SPORTS 




SPORTS / 81 



TAE KWON DO (KARATE) CLASS 




L to R: Chuck Henderson, instructor, Charles Campbell, Reed Owen, Milner McNeely, Bob Edens, Tom Freeman. Not Pictured: Gary Hern 
and Jonathan Davis. 




SPORTS / 83 



INTRAMURAL SPORTS 




84 / SPORTS 





SPORTS / 85 




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SPORTS / 87 



POWDER PUFF FOOTBALL 



88 / SPORTS 






SPORTS / 89 





90 / SPORTS 




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THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT 
ASSOCIATION 



The Presbyterian College Student Government Association serves as the official governing unit 
of the student body. Seeking moderate change by working through the established channels, the 
SGA achieved limited success in 1974-1975 with the approval of its "Open House" proposal by the 
college's Board of Trustees. 



Left to right: Curt Tribble, Jamie Metcalf, Theodosia Rogers, David Tribble, Larry Ballard, Bert Campbell, and Rebecca Lamar. 




94 / ORGANIZATIONS 



THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 




President, Mildred Whatley 



Left to right: Raymond Lloyd, Leta Meole, Helen Vincent, Billy Wade. 




ORGANIZATIONS / 95 



THE STUDENT ASSEMBLY 





THE 
JUDICIAL 
COUNCIL 



Front Row (left to right): Jean McGregor, Jan Howe, Brillo Lawton, Jamie Metcalf; Second Row: Wayland Harkey, Molly Miers, Billy Wade, 
Chairman, Don Pearson. Not Pictured: Hartwell Dew, Ginger Ellis, Joe McGraw, David Sexton, Carmen Wannamaker. 



ORGANIZATIONS / 97 



WOMEN'S COUNCIL 



The Women's Council is the legislative body for the women students, it is also responsible for monitoring 
activities in the women's dorms, social and otherwise. Women's Council is made up of a President, three dorm 
presidents, a secretary, and a treasurer. The dorm councils are made up of representatives of each class and two 
members at large. 




Clinton Hall President Marion Burrell, 
Lauren's President Cathy Sanders, 
Bailey Hall President Nancy Hopkins, 
Women's Council President Barbara 
Walsh, Secretary Penny Gibbes. Not 
Pictured: Treasurer Martha Johnson. 



98 / ORGANIZATIONS 




Clinton Hall Dorm Council: Patty Hall, Gail Carwile, Paula Brown, Cindy 
Kimball, Pat Mahoney. Not Pictured: Carmen Wannamaker. 



Bailey Hall Dorm Council: Jan Howe, Aileen Avery, Leanne Autrey, Mimi 
Armstrong, Lynn Martin, Brillo Lawton. 





Laurens Dorm Council: Lee Hestir, Linda Shoaf, 
Cathy Sanders. 



HUMAN 

RELATIONS 

COUNCIL 



The goal of the Human Relations Council 
is to stimulate student concern for the 
problems that confront the world in which 
we live. Led this year by Linda Schoen, 
members contribute their time voluntarily 
in an effort to make the college community 
more aware of the injustices and inequities 
which exist both in the U. S. and the rest 
of the world. 




Chairman, Linda Schoen 



Members: Al Edwards, Angie 
McGehee, Cheryl Jay, Ruth 
Carson, Beth Connor, Anna 
McLeod, Linda Schoen, Joe 
McGraw, and Cindy Dowling. 



TOO /ORGANIZATIONS 





BLUE 
KEY 



Blue Key is the national honor fra- 
ternity for men at PC. A small number 
of members are tapped each year on 
the basis of academic performance and 
leadership. The purposes of the group 
are the fostering of ambition for intel- 
lectual attainment, a desire to render 
service to the student body and college, 
the study of student problems, and the 
stimulation of progress in the college. 



Officers: Frank Ivey, V Pres, Jimmy Allen President, Sponsor, Mr. Earl Halsall. Not 
pictured— T. K, Farley, Sec -Treas. 



Members: Billy Wade, Jim Murdock, John Richie, Frank Ivey, David Sexton, Jimmy Allen, Mike Silver, Brad Bryant, Buren Blankenship T. K. 
Farley, Joey Trice, Raymond Lloyd, Jamie Metcalf, Hartwell Dew, Tom Duncan, Mr. Earl Halsall, Skip Hopkins, Curt Tribble, Walter Hill. 




ORGANIZATIONS / 101 



CARDINAL 
KEY 



Cardinal Key is a national honor 
sorority for women students of at least 
junior status. Members are chosen 
on the basis of academic ability, lead- 
ership, and potential as future leaders. 
Cardinal Key seeks to inspire leader- 
ship in others and to participate as 
an active service to schools and the 
community. 




Senior members: Milly Whatley, Nancy Hopkins, Marian Burrell, Cindy Lanford, Ellen Vincent, 
Fran Jones, Molly Miers, Lee Hestir, Netta Curry, Linda Shoaf, Ev Celley, Ina Harrell, Helen 
Vincent, and Kathy Sanders. 



Not Pictured: 
Juniors — 
Sheryl Grady 
Sally Kiker 
Anna White 
Chris Nussbaumer 
Tina Craig 
Janet Hearn 



Kaye Moore 
Susan Mcintosh 
Angle McGregor 
Ann Heinsohn 
Sally Bedinger 
Angle McGehee 
Linda Schoen 
Susan Ulrich 




Junior members: Leanne Autry, Martha Johnson, Jean Mc- 
Gregor, Leta Meole, Brillo Lawton, and Ginger Ellis. 



Officers: Martha Johnson, V. P., Brillo Lawton, Secretary, Ina Harrell, Presi- 
dent, and Lee Hestir, Treasurer. 



102 / ORGANIZATIONS 





Left to right: Sitting — Larry Broome. Edna Covington, T. K. Farley, Kathy 
Sanders, and Larry Veatch. Standing — Georgette Wright, Harvey Shepherd, 
Jerri Wilkes. Dr. Claude Cooler, Ina Harrell, Kaye Moore, Dr. Ann Stidham, 
Dr. Pete Hutchings, Tina Craig, Gary Hearn. 



PSI CHI 




Psi Chi is the national honor society in psy- 
chology at PC. The two major objectives of the 
society are to provide academic prestige to its 
members and to nurture their creative ability. 
Membership requires that a student have 12 hours 
in psychology, with at least a 3.0 average, and a 
2.5 average overall. 




Officers: Kathy Sanders, President, Georgette Wright, V. P., 
Kaye Moore, Sec.-Treas. 




SIGMA KAPPA ALPHA 



C. J. Allen 

D. B. Allen 
J. K. Anderson 

E. H. Beaty 
O. F. Bechtler 
J, D. BIrdsong 



E. V. Blankenship 

B. W. Brannon 

A. E. Caldwell 

W. B. Carlton 

R. A. Constantine 

S. H. Constantine 



V. A. Copley 
J. A. Corbett 
S. P. Crabill 
L. C. Craig 
A. K. Curry 
K. R. Davis 



W. C. Donaldson 

M. H. Duncan 

A. M. Edwards 

G. C. Ellis 

R. L. Evans 

D. L. Fallaw 



0. H. Fant 
M. M. Farley 
T. K. Farley 
W. L. Gleason 
M. J. Glymph 
S. A. Grady 



B. S. Grover 
J. D. Guess 

J. C. Hall 
W. W. Hames 
M. G. Hansen 
B. D. Harrell 



I. J. Harrell 
S. N. Harrill 
R. J. Hardeman 
A. H. Harrison 
J. E. Hearn 
G. L. Heaton 








104 / ORGANIZATIONS 




J. R. Wilkes 
J. W. Williams 
W. E. Wilson 
J. S. Zander 



K. L. Hellenga 
R. S. Herd 
N. L. Hestir 
M. A. Hooks 
B. W. Hopkins 
N. E. Hopkins 



M. G. Huff 
J. E. Jennings 
H. K. Johnson 
S. L. Kiker 
R. S. Link 
R. E. Lloyd 



M. A. McGehee 
M. M. McGill 
A. McGregor 
L. Mcintosh 
A. C. McLeod 
J. C. Metcalf 



B. A. Metzke 
M. S. Miers 

D. R. Pearson 
S. R. Petty 

R. A, Phinney 

V. D. Poston 



M. L. Rudy 
S. K. Sanders 
D. M. Sexton 
L. F. Smith 
V. L. Smith 
B. S. Sweat 



M. E. Taylor 
J. D. Thomas, Jr. 
C. G. Tribble 
W. B. Wade 
J. N. Walker 
A. L. Wallace 



B, L. Walsh 
M. R. Watkins 
M. A. Whatley 

C. A. White 
M. E. Whittemore 

E. N. Whitmire 



Not pictured: 
R. W. Bell 



ORGANIZATIONS / 105 



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p. C. CHOIR 



The Presbyterian College Choir, under the direction of Dr. Charles T. Gaines, consists of about 40 male and 
female voices, selected by audition. The choir performs on campus at such events as Youth Day, Parents' Day, 
and Graduation. In addition, they give a Christmas Concert and a Spring Concert. In the spring, the PC Choir 
goes on tour which, this year, will take them through Virginia and to Washington, D. C. 



CHOIR MEMBERS: 



Lucy Graybill 
John Crane 
Doug Stone 
Lynn Bogan 
Hamp Ferguson 
Lisa Burnette 
Allen Edwards 
Susan Campbell 
John Weiss 
Karen Sandt 
Debbie Bell 



Mary Walkup 
Hunt Reid 
Joey Glymph 
Cliff McLeod 
Freddie Trammel! 
Greg Briscoe 
Ann Woods 
Mechele Amick 
Pat Griset 
George Lynch 



Jerry Kennett 
Heilig Wilkinson 
Clay Dykes 
Debbie Dickinson 
Sheryl Grady 
Carol Eddings 
Janet Hudson 
Elizabeth Whittemore 
Cindy Kimball 
Kay Jackson 
Robert Link 



Ward Northrup 
Eddie Ard 
Brenda Campbell 
Brenda Wright 
Davis Sanders 
Barry Holcombe 
Bill Bowick 
Larry Broome 
Robert Yawn 
Roger Newton 



106 /ORGANIZATIONS 




Director: Charles T. Gaines 



MADRIGALS 



The ninth annual Madrigal Din- 
ner-Concert traditionally began the 
Christmas season this year at PC. 
The dinner consists of a 16th cen- 
tury English meal followed by a 
performance by the Madrigal Sing- 
ers, a selected group from the PC 
Choir. Further entertainment is pro- 
vided by a jester, minstrels, Morris 
Dancers, and various musicians. 




THE MADRIGAL SINGERS 



Elizabeth Whitter 
Lorraine Pruitt 
Lisa Burnette 
Sheryl Grady 
Carol Eddings 
Ann Woods 
Kim Shurburtt 


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Hunt Reid 
Cindy Kimball 
Mary Wall<up 
Joey Gymph 
Robert Yawn 
Davis Sanders 
Jerry Kennett 






George Lynch 
Greg Briscoe 
Heilig Wilkinson 
Robert Link 
Cliff McLeod 
Larry Broome 


Jester 
John Weiss 






Trumpeter 
Welton O'Neal, Jr 






Magician 
John Cone 


Minstrels 








Morris 


Dancers 


Allen Edwards 
Brenda Wright 
Lynn Williamson 


Barba 
Susan 
Doug 


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Pressau Lucy Graybill 
Stone Lynn Williamson 


Brenda Wright 
Susan Pressau 
Janet Hudson 



108 /ORGANIZATIONS 




The Pep Band is a new organization this year at PC. Under the direction of Biology professor Tony Hilger, 
the group has performed at home basketball games. The group was primarily organized for fun and as an outlet 
for the musical talents of its members. Nicknamed "Tony's Tigers," they hope to be able to continue providing 
entertainment next year — hopefully with even more students participating. 




PEP BAND 



MEMBERS: 

Cathy Beaty — trombone 

Susan Pressau — flute 

Anna White — bells 

Kim Hellenga — saxophone 

Janet Hearn — trumpet 

Welton O'Neal — trumpet 

Dan Ribble — trumpet 

Bill Floyd — bass horn 

Mark McKee — drums 

Dr. Bill Yarborough — saxophone 



ORGANIZATIONS / 109 



p. C. PLAYERS 



The PC Players is a group of students interested in acting and or backstage work who present plays 
throughout the year for the student body and public. In the fall of 1974, the Players presented "The Effect 
of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds. In March, they presented "A Funny Thing Happened on 
the Way to the Forum," the first musical to be performed by the Players. The PC Players also had a 
new director this year. While Mr. Rains was away on sabbatical, J. Skelly Warren provided direction. It 
is through his direction that the Players have been able to present some excellent performances to their 
audiences. 





The cast of "Marigolds" with Sl<elly 



Pat Tukey and John Cone 




A new addition to the PC Players this 
year — a workshop in the basement of 
Belk Auditorium for the purpose of build- 
ing sets and instructing students on the 
technical aspects of the theatre. 





a scene from "Marigolds" 



rehearsal of "Forum" 




ALPHA PSI OMEGA 



Alpha Psi Omega is a national honor dramatic fraternity whose Tau Mu chapter was chartered at PC in 1968. 
Membership is earned by meritorious work both onstage and offstage with the PC Players. The Tau Mu chapter of 
Alpha Psi has grown steadily since its charter and this year's group consists of hard-working individuals dedicated 
to drama at PC. 




Walter Durst 



Bud Early 




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Joe McGraw 
Stage Manager 



Pat Tukey 




Howard Bellew 




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Not pictured: 

Becky Bolding 

Pam Shook 

Chris Nussbaumer, Robe Chairman 

Walter Hill 

Len Humphries 



THE BLUE STOCKING 



From photos of streaking, to wallowing in Watergate, to reports on the dean's driving habits, to letters from Harry 
Dent, to an uproar over the "Lampoon," the 1974 Blue Stocking was the most read, the most discussed volume of 
the Presbyterian College student newspaper to ever be published. Under the editorship of Eddie Lee, the Blue 
Stocking became a potent sounding block for student body opinions on campus, national, and state issues. With 
a staff unafraid of taking controversial stands in hope of bringing progress to the college, the 1974 edition of the 
Blue Stocking will not soon be forgotten. 




Editor, Eddie Lee 



News Editor, Chuck Fant 



Sports Editor, George Wilkes 







News Editor, Chuck Fant; Editor. Eddie Lee; and Feature Editor, Susan Ulrich 



Circulation Manager, Noland Meyers 



Typist, Everett Cromer 



Photographer, John Arnold 




ORGANIZATIONS/ 115 



THE PAC SAC 



The Pac Sac, a pictorial chronicle of the year's cam- 
pus events, is a permanent reference book of 1974-1975 
Presbyterian College life. Under the editorship of Susan 
Ulrich, the 1975 Pac Sac provides the entire college 
community with a valuable history of the people, build- 
ings, events, and organizations which make Presbyterian 
College the home of "the individual, the group." 




Susan Ulrich, Editor 



Hartwell Dew, Business Manager 




116 /ORGANIZATIONS 





Greg Briscoe 



Joe McGraw 



Bill Stewart 





Ellen Vincent, Susan Coleman 
Eddie Lee, George Wilkes 



Mr. Dan Yarborough 



Meri McCrackin 




ORGANIZATIONS/ 117 



STUDENT 

ENTERTAINMENT 

COMMITTEE 



The Student Entertainment Committee, appointed by 
the SGA, is responsible for campus entertainment in- 
cluding weekend movies, coffeehouse performers, con- 
certs and dances. Among the entertainment sponsored 
by the SEC this year was Livingstone Taylor for Home- 
coming, and the Atlanta Rhythm Section and Liverpool 
for f\/lidwinter Weekend. 



SEC Chairman 
Joe McGraw 




• Chris Nussbaumer — Secretary 

David Connolly — Movie Chairman 

Cheryl Jay 




118 /ORGANIZATIONS 




Not pictured: 
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Randy Constantine 
Susy Constantine 
Robert Yawn 



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ORGANIZATIONS/ 119 



COUNCIL FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN 




Susan Mcintosh: Membership Chairman, Marion Burrell: Secretary-Treasurer, Dr. 
Robert A. Hill: Advisor, Annetta Curry: President, Tom Duncan: President-Elect, Lill 
Mcintosh, Harriet Able, Debra Rogers, Anne Bradford, Sally Bedinger, Angie 
McGregor, Cathy Bell, Lyy Vanorsdale, Sheila Petty, Diane Dickerson, Alice Copes 
Vanhasselt, Lyy Pittman, Patty Pease, Debra Bewick, Linda Shoaf. 



President Annetta Curry poses for a picture while play- 
ing basketball at Webb Center. 



The Council for Exceptional Children is a professional organi- 
zation whose purpose is to promote the welfare and education of 
exceptional children and youth. The PC Chapter of CEC is active 
in volunteer service at Whitten Village, particularly at Webb Center, 
the school for orthopedically handicapped children. After an organi- 
zational meeting in September, CEC sponsored a Halloween party 
and a Christmas party for the kids at Webb Center. Our CEC 
members have represented South Carolina at regional and inter- 
national conventions. One of the main projects of our chapter is 
helping to sponsor our Regional Special Olympic Games held in 
the spring of each year. 



120 / ORGANIZATIONS 





Susan Mcintosh takes a slide during the Halloween party. Cheryl Harrison and Joan Stelling help a child ride a bicycle. 




Sally Bedinger, Debra Rogers, and Debbie Bowick contemplate the Marion Burrell takes a minute to show a youth that she cares, 

situation. 



ORGANIZATIONS / 121 




Men's Chairman Jamie Metcalf, John Varner, Mike Dunn, James Brown, 
Jofinathan Davis, Jim Jennings, David Bruce, Frank Ivey, George 
Freeman, Tom Duncan, Jim Gambrell. Bill Hale, Joe Britt, John Weiss, 
George McAbee, Joe Maxwell, Jim Beam, Eddie Ard, Doug Lown, 
Welton O'Neal, Richard Woodward. 



Women's Chairman Aileen Avery, Clinton Hall Chairman Bonnie Breen, 
Jean Stone, Julie Sibilsky, Mary Kay Pilcher, Jane Davis, Mary Walkup, 
Bailey Hall Chairman Zeta Touchton, Beth Young, Sandy Shockley, Jean 
Gillespie, Rainey Rector, Theodoshia Rogers, Debbie Bowick, Ellen 
Vincent, Janet Hearn, Rita Rice, Brenda Crawford. 



FOB 



Freshman Orientation Members attempt to help the fresh- 
man class make its initial entrance to PC with as much ease 
as possible. Meals are eaten as a group, meetings are held 
to explain the rules and regulations of the college, and in- 
formal talk sessions are held to help the freshmen during 
this transition period. The week is culminated in a field day 
of fun and games. 








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VOLUNTEER SERVICES 



The Student Volunteer Service Program has been developing in 
ministry to the Community of Laurens County since 1966. The 1974-1975 
year will see more than 350 student volunteers serve some 1500 children, 
adults, and aging persons. The design for service enables students to 
engage in responsible Christian commitment in growth experiences of 
mutual dignity for both the volunteer and the persons served. Leadership 
potential matures as volunteers redesign old programs, incorporate new 
programs, and plan each day's activities. The dedication and work of 
the students plus the guidance skills of numerous faculty members con- 
tinually sustains resources for service. 



Volunteer Services Council: 

William R. Walter 

William B. Wade 

Sandrea A. Shockley 

Lynn E. Longino 

Ginger C. Ellis 

George F. Lynch 

Ina J. Harrell 

Noland Meyers II 

124 /ORGANIZATIONS 




VOLUNTEER COORDINATORS 



Child Outreach Program 
St. John's Lutheran Church; 

Clinton First Presbyterian Church: 
Broadstreet Methodist Church: 
Lydia Presbyterian Church: 

Laurens First Presbyterian Church: 
Laurens First Methodist Church: 

Tutoring (SPIT) 

The Bell Street Middle School: 
Thornwell Home for Children: 
Big Brother/Big Sister: 

Youth Ministry 
Thank Goodness It's Friday (TGIF): 

AGAPE (Youth Probation): 

Girl Scouts 

Broadstreet Methodist Church Junior Troop: 
Cadette Troop: 

Senior Citizens 

Laurens Home for the Aging: 
Cornelia Blakely Rest Home: 

Laurens Family Court Cottage: 



Special Olympic Games Committee (CEC): 

Special Education (CEC): 

Whitten Village: 

Alston Wilkes Society: 

Mental Health Aftercare Center (Psi Chi) 



Jerry W. Kennett/Robin S. Owens (Fall, 1974) 

Lynn L. Partington/Lucy K. Graybill (Spring, 1975) 

Jerry W. Kennett (Spring, 1975) 

Laura J .Craig/Bert S. Barger (year) 

Zeta N. Touchton (Fall, 1974) 

William M. Stewart (Spring, 1975) 

George F. Lynch/Anita L. Wallace (year) 



Lynn E. Longino (Fall, 1974) 
Thomas D. Sanders (Fall, 1974) 
Ina J. Harrell (year) 

Chrisann M. Nussbaumer (Fall, 1974) 
Anthony B. Smith (Spring, 1975) 
William R. Walter (year) 

Sandrea A. Shockley (year) 
Anna I. White (Fall, 1974) 

William B. Wade (year) 
Richard O. Hudgins (year) 

Karen G. Babb (Fall, 1974) 

Jenny S. Standridge/Joseph E. Britt (year) 

Annette K. Curry (Fall, 1974) 

Tom Duncan (Spring, 1975) 

Mrs. Jane Hammett/Mr. Gene Sullivan (year) 

Annette K. Curry (Fall, 1974) 
Tom Duncan (Spring, 1975) 

Hartwell Dew (year) 

William R. Walter (year) 






CHILD OUT 

REACH PROGRAM 





ORGANIZATIONS / 127 



ROTC 



Reserve Officer Training Corps provides juniors 
and seniors an opportunity to be commissioned a 
second lieutenant in the United States Army upon 
graduation. This obligation is fulfilled through drill, 
classroom participation and instruction, plus a six- 
week summer camp at Ft. Bragg, North Carolina. 
Upon successful completion of the basic freshman 
and sophomore program, cadets may choose to con- 
tinue in the advanced program. A limited female 
enrollment began in the fall of 1974. 






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Soptiomores on patrol. 



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THE INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL 




Representatives 

Standing, left to right: Mark Carlough, Charles Tucker, John Erwin, Gary Nicosia, John Richie, Cam Harvin, John Varner, Jimmy Rosenberg, 
Mark Lee, Don Stelling, Tom Duncan. Kneeling, left to right: Jim Murdock, George Wilkes, Hartwell Dew, David Bruce, Frank Ivey. 



134 /GREEKS 




Officers 

Vice-President: Gary Nicosia, Secretary-Treasurer: John Richie, President: Tom Duncan. 



GREEKS / 135 



ALPHA SIGMA PHI FRATERNITY 




Brotherhood 

Duncan B. Allen 
Clarence J. Allen 
Eddie J. Ard 
Clyde B. Baldwin 
Richard W. Bell 
Gary L. Black 
William B. Bryant 
Walker M. Cartee 
John L. Crane 
John K. Erwin 
John C. Hall 
Marion W. Hodges 
John M. Hopkins 
Richard W. Limehouse 
Steven A. McDougall 
James L. McFadyen 
Noland Myers 
Bryan H. Mickle 
Gary W. Nicosia 
William R. Owens 
William M. Stewart 
Charles R. Tucker 
Jasper B. Varn 
James E. Young 



Pledges 

Harold M. Beasley 
Joseph E. Britt 
Steve W. Collins 
James S. Colvard 
Robert A. Eudy 
Bruce S. Grover 
Cyril J. Jones 
John T. Love 
William L. Mullen 
Ward T. Northrup 
Dean P. Robinson 
Anthony B. Smith 
Voyne L. Stepp 
Jeffrey M. Stratton 
Richard P. Watson 
John W. Weiss 



136 /GREEKS 



ALPHA PSI CHAPTER 




Officers 

President: John Erwin, Secretary: Johin Crane, Vice-President: Brad Bryant, Treasurer: Duncan Allen. 



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GREEKS / 139 



KAPPA ALPHA ORDER 






Brotherhood 

George T. Alexander 
Reuben R. Asbury 
Augustus T. Brinson 
Lee E. Brinson 
Michael R. Dunn 
Frank E. F. Hardy 
Byrd D. Harrell 
Cameron T. Harvin 
Gary P. Hearn 
John B. Mines 
Norman F. Jones 
James E. Mayes 
Thomas K. McGee 
Henry B. McGill 
Herbert McKeithan 
James C. Metcalf 
John E. Preston 
James D. Rosenberg 
Robert P. Snipes 
Brooks R. Stuckey 
Thomas D. Todd 
John J. Varner 
Elbert N. Whitmire 
Walter W. Wilfong 



Pledges 

Thomas E. Addison 
Marshall M. Campbell 
Anderson C. Early 
James F. Green 
Clarence A. McArthur 
Jeff R. Bassham 
David G. Berry 
Bradford A. Durham 
Jarrell Keith Greene 
Thelon Ashmore Hamby 
Peter B. Huff 
James C. Jacob 
William J. McCollum 
Brian A. Newell 
Robert P. Varner 



140 /GREEKS 



BETA PI CHAPTER 




Officers 

Corresponding Secretary; Frank Hardy, President: John Varner, Recording Secretary: James Metcalf. Not pictured: Vice-President: Buddy 
Asbury, Treasurer: Jimmy Rosenberg. 



GREEKS / 141 




THE KAPPAS 






GREEKS / 143 



PI KAPPA ALPHA FRATERNITY 




Brotherhood 

Marion J. Beam 
Jerry L. Broome 
Thomas D. Bruce 
William B. Carlton 
Thomas L. Davis 
George F. Freemon 
Joseph M. Gaddy 
William B. Hill 
Franklin W. Ivey 
John T. McGorkle 
Kevin L. Patrick 
Clifford C. Poston 
Graham B. Simpson 
Paul J. Shields 
John Q. Stroud 
Donald E. Stelling 
Larry W. Veatch 
Gary C. McKinney 
James H. Wilkinson 



Pledges 

Carl D. Adams 
Basil W. Atwood 
Vernon N. Barton 
David O. Chester 
Paul D. Greer 
Charles B. Hughston 
Jack M. Rogers 
Joseph F. Trice 
(Viae McBride 
Paul IVIoye 
Buddy Holwell 
Randy Jameson 
Bill Sizemore 
Mark Nelson 
Tommy Gardner 
Cory Cannon 
Larry Cannon 
Derek Wessinger 
Bill Berry 
Jeff Dye 
William Junker 
Bill Floyd 
Steve Gruber 
Keith Hitter 
Brent Morehouse 



144 / GREEKS 



MU CHAPTER 




Officers 

President: David Bruce, Treasurer: Frank Ivey, Vice-President: Bee Carlton, Secretary: Tim McCorl<le. 



GREEKS / 145 





146 /GREEKS 




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PI KAPPA PHI FRATERNITY 




Brotherhood 

Ray Blocker 
David Connolly 
Clay Dykes 
Mark Lee 
Benny Logan 
Doug Lown 
David Mathis 
George McAbee 
Weldon O'Neal 
Robert Owens 
Clark Riddle 
Bill Schuler 
Mike Silver 
John Templeton 
George Wilkes 
David Fortune 
Tom Stanley 
Marion Wyman 



Pledges 

Donnie Ballard 
Elmo Griffin 
Bob Mclean 
Doug Stone 
Denny Griffin 
Buddy Medlin 
Forrest Secord 
Tom Brown 
Glenn Bullard 
Jonatfion Cresswell 
Jay Keim 
Jim Lown 
Wayne Miller 
Mike Shepard 
Bill Sinclair 



148 / GREEKS 



BETA CHAPTER 




Officers 

Historian: Robert Owens, Treasurer: David Connolly, Warden: Clark Riddle, Chaplain; Welton O'Neal, Secretary: Clay Dykes, Archon: George 
McAbee. 



GREEKS / 149 




THE PIKAPPS 





150 /GREEKS 




SIGMA NU FRATERNITY 




Brotherhood 

Callis J. Anderson 
Lawrence A. Breen 
James E. Brown 
Mark S. Carlough 
Gary L. Clayton 
Jon R. Davis 
Billy A. Ellsberry 
Mike K. Fulmer 
Jay T. Golden 
Paul W. Harkey 
John G. Henderson 
Jim E. Jennings 
Phil B. Lea 
Joseph J. Mercer 
Jim L. Murdock 
Edward P. Odom 
Robert W. Overman 
Don R. Pearson 
John A. Reynolds 
Harvey L. Smith 
Steve A. Spaduzzi 
Lawrence M. Stewart 
Niles V. Toole 
William B. Wade 



Pledges 

James P. Adcock 
David Ballanger 
Edward D. Brogdon 
David G. Campbell 
Claude A. Crocker 
Miles H. Ferguson 
William C. Griscom 
Robert E. Hiers 
James L. Hooten 
William A. Morton 
Michael Jones 
Robert L. Lewis 
Tom Lightcap 
Stephen R. McCuen 
Matt R. McCollem 
Mark A. McKee 
Anthony F. McKissick 
Richard C. Patrick 
Jeffrey G. Reynolds 
William A. Roof 
William Tatum 
Mark Wansley 



152 /GREEKS 



ZETA THETA CHAPTER 




Officers 

Lieutenant Commander: Steve Spaduzzi, Treasurer: Don Pearson, Commander: Jim Murdock, Recorder: Gary Clayton. 



GREEKS / 153 




THE SNAKES 






154 /GREEKS 




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Brotherhood 

Bert S. Barger 
Joseph D. Boone 
William L. Bowick 
Wilbur R. Caldwell 
George M. Camp 
Hartwell C. Dew 
Robert E. Deal 
Thomas M. Duncan 
Robert M. Edens 
Allen M. Edwards 
James C. Gambrell 
Michael J. Glymph 
Julian D. Guess 
William E. Hale 
William W. Hames 
Thomas D. Henderson 
Bernard W. Hopkins 
Richard O. Hudgins 
Hoyt P. Jackson 
Julius T. Johnson 
Benny R. Justice 
Robert G. Masche 
Douglas L. Marsh 
Cliff H. McLeod 
John S. Orck 
Comer H. Randall 
John C. Richie 
Walter J, Roberts 
Robert E. Yawn 



Pledges 

Arthur B. Baughman 
Archie W. Beaty 
Richard A. Blackmon 
Gregory B. Briscoe 
John W. Bush 
Ronald L. Evans 
Samuel A. Hagen 
Horace K. Johnson 
Robert N. Keith 
Benjamin R. Mathews 
Dale M. Provenzano 
Paul F. Rush 
Mark W. Thomas 
Robert D. Thompson 
William G. Tippins 
David E. Tribble 
Walton J. Vaughn 
Blake L. Watts 



156 /GREEKS 



BETA PSI CHAPTER 



Officers 

Vice-President: Skip Hopkins, Treasurer: Tom Duncan, President: Hartwell Dew, Pledge Marshall: Bill Bowick, Secretary: John Richie. 



GREEKS / 157 




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Brenda Crawford, Women's Council 



164 / FEATURES 



COURT 74 




Susan Brassfield, ROTC 



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FEATURES / 165 



HOMECOMING 1974 




HOMECOMING QUEEN JEAN McGREGOR 



166/ FEATURES 




THE FLOATS. 




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THE ALUMNI 



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FEATURES/ 167 



BLACK MAGIC ON STAGE 




Fran Jones, Ev Celley, Peggy Allen During 
Epileptic Scene 



THE EFFECTS OF 
GAMMA RAYS ON 
MAN-IN-THE-MOON 
MARIGOLDS 



Fran Jones Coaches "Peter" 




168 / FEATURES 




Becky Bolding As "Nanny" Takes Her 'Hotsie' 



KRAPPS LAST TAPE 

AND 

THE BREAKING OF BREAD 



Joe McGraw Listens to his Younger Self 




Bud Early and James Brown in WWIII 




FEATURES / 169 



"A FUNNY THING HAPPENED 



P.C.'S FIRST MUSICAL, "A FUNNY THING 
HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM", 
WAS PRESENTED IN MARCH UNDER THE 
DIRECTION OF J. SKELLY WARREN. THE 
SLAPSTICK FARCE INCLUDED THE TAL- 
ENTS OF TWENTY-ONE STUDENTS AND A 
THIRTEEN-PIECE ORCHESTRA LED BY 
PAT TUKEY. 



Bud Early, in the lead role of 
Pseudolus, introduces Hero, play- 
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(Laura Smith 



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deeds to his master, Hero. 



The proteans and courtesans 
sing the virtues of Miles Gloriosus, 
{Doug Stone). 




170 / FEATURES 



ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM " 




Lycus (Joe McGraw), Pseudolus, 
Hysterium (Randy Herd), and 
Senex (Carl Milton) sing the show- 
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FEATURES / 171 



P.C. CHOIR ENTERTAINS 
THROUGH NUMEROUS 
PRESENTATIONS 




Dr. Gaines — PC. choir director 



The choir enhances the Library Dedication 



172 / FEATURES 





THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT 
ADDS SPECIAL 
PROGRAMS 



FEATURES / 173 





Alex Haley 



TUESDAY MORNING 
ASSEMBLIES AFFORD 
A VARIETY OF 
INFORMATIVE 
PRESENTATIONS 



Edna Rostow 




Hugh Jacobs 



174 / FEATURES 





James Dickey 



Lawrence Bottoms 




Pug Ravenel 



FEATURES / 175 



ASSEMBLY SERIES 
BRINGS THE 
MERCHANT OF VENICE" 
AND "CHARLIE'S AUNT" 





176/ FEATURES 




FEATURES / 177 




STUDENTS ENJOY 
MUSIC FROM 
BEATLES TO BOOGIE 




178 / FEATURES 




FEATURES / 179 



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WHO 




Molly Miers, Don Pierson, Milly Whatley, Curt Tribble 



Hartwell Dew, Kathy Sanders 



182 /WHO'S WHO 




Joe McGraw, 
Lee Hestir, 
Jimmy Allen 



William Donaldson, 
Ina Harrell, 
John Richie 



WHO'S WHO/ 183 




Charles Edwin Adair 
Clinton, S. C. 

Carl Daniel Adams, Jr. 
Washington, Ga. 

Clarence James Allen 
Tucker, Ga. 



Duncan Bristol Allen 
LaGrange, Ga. 

James Keith Anderson 
Greenville, S. 0. 

John White Arrington, IV 
Clemson, S. C. 



Janet Aileen Avery 
Live Oak, Fla. 



Karen Gail Babb 
Columbia, S. C. 



Adelaide Ballard 
Greenville, S. C. 



Marion James Beam 
Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 

Sally Anne Bedinger 
Columbia, S. C. 

Catherine Turner Bell 
Laurens, S. C. 




184 / SENIORS 




Howard Loring Bellew 
Greenville, S. C. 

Billy Ray Blocker, Jr. 
Acworth, Ga. 

Rebecca Lynne Bolding 
Easley, S. C. 



Richard Thomas Brabham 
Columbia, S. C. 



Benjamin Wylie Brannon II 
Bethune, S. C. 



Paula Elizabeth Brown 
Ridgeland, S. C. 



Thomas David Bruce 
Cornelia, Ga. 

William Bradley Bryant 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Marian Elaine Burrell 
Bethune, S. C. 



James Melvin Carlyle 
Marion, N. C. 

Ruth Warden Carson 
Winchester, Va. 

Walker Marvin Cartee, Jr. 
Easley, S. C. 



Gloria Gail Carwile 
Union, S. C. 

Evelyn Jane Gelley 
Asheville, N. 0. 

Gary Leroy Clayton 
Avondale Est., Ga. 



SENIORS/ 185 



Jacqueline Sue H. 
Constantine 
Tucker, Ga. 

Randal Alan Constantine 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Nathaniel Cook III 
Gray Court, S. C. 



Lila Christina Craig 
Summerville, S. C. 

John Louis Crane 
Summit Pt. West VIr. 

James Everette Cromer 
Ward, S. C. 



Robert Leonard Cudd 
Spartanburg, S. C. 



Annette Kaye Curry 
Columbia, S. C. 



Walter Powell Davis 
Hollywood, Fla. 



Hartwell Coleman Dew 
Latta, S. C. 



Mary Prentiss Dobbins 
Greenville, S. C. 



William Clarence Donaldson 
Hartsville, S. C. 



David Lee Dorrough 
Montgomery, Ala. 

Cynthia Celestine Dowling 
Greenville, S. C. 

Katharine Louisa Dowling 
Hilton Head, S. C. 




186 / SENIORS 




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Margaret Lynn H. Duncan 
Augusta, Ga. 

Walter Merrill Durst 
Columbia, S. C. 

Nathaniel Jeffords Dye 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Meredith G. McQueen Farley 
Easley, S. C. 



Thomas Kaliel Farley 
Danville, Va. 



Harold Edward Fendley 
Isle of Dalms. S. C. 



Donald Douglas Fleming 
Decatur, Ga. 

Michael Edward Fortune 
Ashtabula, Ohio 

Edward Clinton Freeman 
Weaverville, N. C. 



Thomas Kerr Freeman 
Charlotte, N. C. 



George Flournoy Freemen 
Roswell, Ga. 



Joseph Mills Gaddy, Jr. 
Decatur, Ga. 



James Clinton Gambrell, Jr. 
Oakway, S. C. 

Mary Kathryn Garris 
Augusta, Ga. 

Joseph Schley Gatewood 
Columbus, Ga. 



SENIORS/ 187 




Jean Mason Gillespie 
Taylors, S. C. 

Walliam A. Goodrich 
Carrollton, Ga. 

Brenda Gail Goodson 
Dalfon, Ga. 



Steven David Grady 
Ghnton, S. C. 

James Franklin Green 
Villa Rica, Ga 

Augustus Wardlaw Hamrick 
Gaffney, S. C. 



Frank Edward Felknor Hardy 
Camden, S. G. 

Ina Jean Harrell 
Georgetown, S. C. 

David Carey Hartsell 
Taylors, S. C. 








188 /SENIORS 




Janet Elizabeth Hearn 
Eastman, Ga. 



Ann M. Heinsohn 
Winter Park, Fla. 



Hugh Arch Henderson 
Clinton, S. C. 



John Henderson 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Thomas David Henderson 
Macon, Ga. 

Randy Stephen Herd 
Spartanburg, S. C. 



Nina Lee Hestir 
Austin, Texas 

John Bell Hines 
Spartanburg, S. C. 

Bernard Wilson Hopkins 
Snellville, Ga. 



Nancy Ellen Hopkins 
Athens, Ga. 

Richard Olen Hudgins 
Macon, Ga. 

Robert Kenneth Hudlow 
Marietta, Ga. 



Marie Glenn Huff 
Simpsonville, 8. C. 

Leiand Bailey Humphries 
Inman, S. C. 

Randy Cowan Hyde 
Kannapolis, N. C. 



SENIORS/ 189 



Franklin Wysor Ivey 
Clinton, S. C. 

Johnny Timothy Jacks 
Mountville, S. C. 

Amos Madison Jarman 
Simpsonville, S. C. 



Hugh Roy Johnson 
Joanna, S. C. 



Lynn Rollins Johnson 
Fountain Inn, S. C. 



Michael Gross Jolly 
Denmark, S. C. 



Frances Newton Jones 
Easley, S. C. 

Norman Fant Jones, Jr. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 

Cynthia D. H. Lanford 
Clinton, S. C. 



Phillip Bunn Lea 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Joseph Edward Lee 
Chester, S. C. 

Leonard Garland Lehew 
Decatur, Ga. 



Richard William 

Limehouse, Jr. 

Summerville, S. C. 

Benjamin Franklin Logan 
Rock Hill, S. C. 

John Michael Lollls 
Laurens, S. 0. 



190 / SENIORS 





Douglas Royce Lown 
Lithonia, Ga. 



Harold Allen Mahy 
Fountain Inn, S. C. 



David Kyle Mathis 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Joseph Theodore Maxwell 
Anderson, S. C. 

James Edgar Mayes, Jr. 
Mayesville, S. C. 

George Redrich McAbee, Jr. 
Asheville, N. C. 



Elizabeth Meriwether 

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Wilmington, N. C. 

James Laurence McFadyen 
Raeford, N. C. 

Mary Angela McGehee 
Savannah, Ga. 



Joseph Thomas McGraw 
Thomasville, Ga. 

Angelia McGregor 
Ruby, S. C. 

Susan Carlene Mcintosh 
Charleston HG., S. C. 



John Paul McKee 
Clinton, S. C. 

Peggy Ann McKee 
Clinton, S. C. 

Gary C. McKinney 
Greenville, S. C. 



SENIORS / 191 



Anna Culley McLeod 
McBee, S. C. 



George Franklin McNair 
Laurens, S. C. 



Barbara Ann Mefzke 
Tallahassee, Fla. 



Molly Susan Miers 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Marion Douglas Miller 
Pacolet, S. C. 



Carl Leon Milton 
Chaplin, S. C. 



Ernest Danny Moates 
Williston, S. C. 



Barbara Kaye Moore 
Greenville, S. C. 



Samuel William Moore 
Chester, S. C. 



Jamie Lee Murdock 
Johnston, S. C. 

Gary Wayne Nicosia 
Rock Hill, S. C. 

Coburn Thomas Norfleet 
Greensboro, N. C. 



Ralph Warren Norman 
Rock Hill, S. C. 



Earl Jay Norris, Jr. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 



John Stanley Orck 
Columbus, Ga. 



192 /SENIORS 






Robert Glasgow Owens 
Rome, Ga. 

Robin Shane Owens 
Clinton, S. C. 

Kevin Lee Patrick 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Don Ray Pearson, Jr. 
Maryviile, Tenn. 

David E. Pratt 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Cynthia Mae Prince 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Comer Henry Randall 
Washington, Ga. 

Jerrilyn Ann Reid 
Chester, S. C. 

Joseph Ridgeway Reld, Jr. 
Greer, S. C. 



SENIORS / 193 



John Carter Richie 
Greenville, S. C. 



Debra Martin Rogers 
Gray Court, S. C. 



Jacl< M. Rogers 
Fayetteville, N. C. 



Ronald Davison Roth 
Clinton, S. C. 

Margaret Lyndon Rudy 
Simpsonville, S. C. 

Sarah Katherine Sanders 
Wilmington, Del. 



Linda A. Shoen 
Decatur, Ga. 

Barbara Ann Sears 
Belton, S. C. 

Forrest Barker Secord 
Dalton, Ga. 



Rennie McDowell Senn 
Laurens, S. C. 

E. Harvey Shepherd 
Augusta, Ga. 

Linda Louise Shoaf 
Miami, Fla. 



Pamela Marie Shook 
Clinton, S. C. 

William Aiken Shuler 
Chappels, S. C. 

Kermit Michael Silver 
Old Fort, N. C. 



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Nancy Jean Sinclair 
Macon, Ga. 



Betty Yvonne R. Smith 
Anderson, S. C. 



Harvey Landon Smith 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Laura Frances Smith 
Manchester, Ga. 

Stephen Putman Snipes 
Cheraw, S. C. 

Steve Alan Spaduzzi 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Jenny Sue Standridge 
New Ellenton, S. C. 

Donald Earl Stelling 
Greenville, S. C. 

L. Michael Stewart 
Fountain Inn, S. C. 



Roy Trent Stockman 
Greenwood, S. C. 



Suzanne Thackston 
Woodruff, S. C. 



Joseph Deer Thomas, Jr. 
Denmark, S. C. 



Mark Wooding Thomas II 
Savannah, Ga. 

Niles Van Toole 
N. Augusta, S. C. 

Zeta Niblock Touchton 
Columbia, S. C. 



SENIORS / 195 



Curtis Greene Tribble 
Columbia, S. C. 

Jane Mitchell Tucker 
Cross Hill, S. C. 

Susan Ward Ulrich 
Atlanta, Ga. 



John Julian Varner 
Columbus, Ga. 

Jack Carroll Vaughn, Jr. 
Anderson, S. C. 

Ellen Victoria Vincent 
Marietta, Ga. 



Helen Susan Vincent 
Marietta, Ga. 

Sheryl Elizabeth Wade 
N. Augusta, S. C. 

William Barnett Wade, Jr. 
Columbia, S. C. 



John Newton Walker 
Greenville, S. C. 

William Seay Walker, Jr. 
Summerton, S. C. 

Barbara Lynn Walsh 
Charleston, S. C. 



William Atkins Warren 
Miami, Fla. 

Michael Roland Watkins 
Doravllle, Ga. 

Elizabeth Todd H. Wentsky 
Atlanta, Ga. 



196 /SENIORS 





Ted Edward Wentsky 
Anderson, S. C. 

Mildred Allen Whatley 
Lagrange, Ga. 

William Henry White 
Union, S. C. 



George W. Whiting III 
Miami, Fla. 

George Gardner Wilkes III 
Decatur, Ga. 

Leonard W. Willis 
Baimbridge, Ga. 



William Earle Wilson 
Hampton, S. C. 



Ann Jeffrys Woods 
Rock Hill, S. C. 



Georgette Alexandra Wright 
Aiken, S. 0. 



Robert Edward Yawn 
Thomasville, Ga. 



James Edmunds Young 
Newberry, S. C. 



SENIORS / 197 



Blanche Harriet Able 
Saluda, S. C. 

George Thomas 

Alexander III 

Thomasville, N. C. 

Ronald J. Allen 
Clinton, S. C. 

Reuben Rogers Asbury 
Greenville, S. C. 



Leanne Autry 
Dalton, Ga. 

William Donaldson Ballard 
Oxford, Ga. 

David Evans Ballenger 
Greenville, S. C. 

Vernon Nelson Barton 
Augusta, Ga. 



Judy Deal Birdsong 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Rebecca Lynn Blackman 
Columbia, S. C. 

Earl VanBuren Blankenship 
Talladega, Ala. 

Linda Virginia BIy 
Hendersonville, N. C. 



Joseph Daniel Boone 
Tuxedo, N. C. 

William Luther Bowick 
Easley, S. C. 

Nancy Ethel Boyd 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Bonny Elizabeth Breen 
Decatur Ga. 



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I Augustus Truesdell Brinson 
Bethune, S. C. 

Joseph Edward Britt 
Columbia, S. C. 

Larry Wayne Broome 
Rock Hill, S. C. 

James E. Brown 
Augusta, Ga. 



James Lee Burch 
McCormick, S. C. 

W. Reid Caldwell 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Doris Ann Calhoun 
Bennettsville, S. C. 

Bruce William Cameron 
Seattle, Wash. 



William Beeland Carlton 
Augusta, Ga. 

David Oral Chester 
Nicholson, Ga. 

Susan Elizabeth Coleman 
Pacolet, S. C. 

Susan Carol Condra 
Wilmington, Del. 



David Hugh Connolly, Jr. 
Augusta, Ga. 

Mary Beth Connor 
Atlanta, Ga. 

John Alexander Corbett 
Lake Waccamaw, N. C. 

Brenda Jo Crawford 
Greenville, S. C. 



Daria Therese Cronic 
Clinton, S. C. 

Ronald K. Curry 
Gray Court, S. 0. 

Jonathan Robert Davis 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Kenneth Roger Davis 
Easley, S. C. 



JUNIORS / 199 



Robert Edward Deal 
Charlotte, N C, 



Susan Dianne Dickerson 
Greenville, S. C. 



Dons Elizabeth Dillingham 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Ronald T. Duncan 
Augusta, Ga. 



Tom Marvin Duncan 
Greenville, S. C. 



Michael Robert Dunn 
Laurinburg, N. C. 



Emory Clay Dykes 
Dalton, Ga. 



Glenn Carl Ellerin 
Baltimore, Md. 



Ginger Cynthia Ellis 
Greenville, S. C. 

William A. Elsberry 
Lilburn, Ga. 

Martha Estelle Evans 
Elloree, S. C. 

Debbie Lane Fallaw 
Clinton, S. C. 



Charles Henry Fant 
York, S. C. 



Stephen Law/rence Parish 
Gastonia, N. C. 



Michael Sherby Faya 
Catonsville, Md. 



Michael K. Fulmer 
Johnston, S. C. 



Emmie Ansel Gault 
Clinton, S. C. 

Susan Matthews Gay 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Sara D. Gibbs 
Gastonia, N. C. 

William L. Gleason 
Springfield, Va. 




200 / JUNIORS 




Jay Tresco Golden 
Jacksonville, Fla. 

Elizabeth Gibbs Goodwin 
N. Augusta, S. C. 

Cynthia Lou Gosnell 
Spartanburg, S. C. 

Gary W. Gourlay 
Clemson, S. C. 



Cynthia Ann Gray 
N. Augusta, S. C. 

Paul Daniel Greer, Jr. 
Augusta, Ga. 

Carl Elmore Griffin 
Thomson, Ga. 

Dennis Nelson Griffin 
Brevard, N. C. 



William C. Griscum 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Patricia Earlene Griset 
Asheville, N. C. 

Susan Marguerite Guilliams 
Atlanta, Ga. 

William E. Hale III 
Lookout Mt., Ga. 



John 0. Hall 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Patricia Anne Hall 
Atlanta, Ga. 

William Walter Names 
Union, S. C. 

Samuel Lee Hanchey 
Tampa, Fla. 



Rodney Jack Hardeman 
Greenville, 8. C. 

Paul Wayland Harkey 
Anderson, S. C. 

Byrd Daniel Harrell 
Eastman, Ga. 

Ann Hughey Harrison 
Greenville, S. C. 



JUNIORS/ 201 



Cameron Thompson Harvin 
Sumter, S. C. 


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Anderson, S. C. 


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Thomasville, Ga. 


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Clinton, S. C. 


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Toccoa, Ga. 



James Harrell Hill 
Laurens, S. C. 



Walter Hoyle Hil 
Macon, Ga. 



William Bruce Hill 
Birmingtiam, Ala. 



Barry Milton Holcomb 
Clinton, S. C. 

Joe Leake Holcombe 
Clinton, S. C. 

Cynthia Lynn Horton 
Taylors, S. C. 

Janet Elaine Hudson 
Camden, S. C. 



Hoyt P. Jackson 

Baltimore, Md. 

Kay Ellen Jackson 
Max Meadows, Va. 

Cheryl Diane Jay 
Savannah, Ga. 

Julius T. Johnson, Jr 
Augusta, Ga. 



Martha Hanie Johnson 
Hartwell, Ga. 

Ronnie Albert Jones 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

William Otto Junker III 
Columbia, S. C. 

Benny Robert Justice 
Hickory, N. C. 




202 / JUNIORS 







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Sally Lou Kiker 
Elberton, Ga. 

James Thomas Kluttz 
Laurens, S. C. 

Matthew William Kortrey 
Washington, Ga. 

William James Ladd 
Blair, S. C. 



Virginia Anne Lawton 
Winter Park Fla. 

Mark W. Lee 
Severna Park, Md. 

Kenneth James Leslie 
Columbia, S. 0. 

Kelly Tayloe Lewis 
Bartlesville, Okla. 



Raymond Eugene Lloyd 
W. Columbia, S. 0. 

Donna Elaine Looper 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Robert Franklin Lynch 
Clinton, S. C. 

Robert G. Masche 
Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 



JUNIORS / 203 



Judith Anne MacMillan 
Atlanta, Ga. 

John Timothy McCorkle 
Greenville, S. C. 

Steven Alexander McDougal 
Columbia, S. C. 

Henry Broadus McGill 
Greenville, S. C. 



Jean Ann McGregor 
Hopkins, S. C. 

Dvi/ight E. H. Mclnvaill 
Myrtle Beach, S. C. 

Lucien Ellis McKee 
Clinton, S. C. 

Herbert McKeithan III 
Laurinburg, S. C. 



James C. Metcalf 
Columbus, Ga. 

Kenneth L. Milton 
Greenwood, S. C. 

Brent Miller Morehouse 
Florence, S. C. 

David Town Morris 
Jamestown, R. I. 



William Linwood Mullen 
Spartanburg, S. C. 

Elsie Judith Nelson 
Columbia, S. C. 

Joanne Nickels 
Beaufort, S. C. 

Chrisann Marie Nussbaumer 
Massillon, Ohio 




Rebecca Lynn McKeon 


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Chester, S. C. 


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Ned Patrick Odom 
West Palm Beach, Fla. 

Welton O'Neal 
Forsyth, Ga. 

Anna P. O'Quinn 
Columbia, S. C. 

James Elwood Palmer 
Union, S. C. 



William Melmoth Patterson 
Enoree, S. C. 

Sheila Ruth Petty 
Greenville, S. C. 

Jane C. Phibbs 
Greenville, S. C. 

Mary Katherine Pilcher 
Marietta, Ga. 



Clifford Cully Poston 
Thomson, Ga. 

Linda Prince 
Landrum, S. C. 

Wendell Robert Ramsey II 
Brooks, Ga. 

Beverly Lorraine Rector 
Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 



Clark Olin Riddle 
Greenville, S. 0. 

Eric Garth Riggins 
Greenville, S. C. 

Jean Theodosia Rogers 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Thomas Alexander Rogers 
Clinton, S. C. 



Thomas Davis Sander 
Clinton, S. C. 

Karen Ann Sandt 
Savannah, Ga. 

David Michael Sexton 
Red Oak, Ga. 

Julie Ann Sibilsky 
Milledgeville, Ga. 



JUNIORS / 205 



Graham Barnett Simpson 
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 



Lou Ellen Slough 
Landls, N. C. 



Veda Lynn Smith 
Florence, S. C. 



Robert Phillips Snipes 
Orangeburg, S. C. 



Suzanne Croft Southard 
Decatur, Ga. 

Ronald Eric Sparks 
Rock Hill, S. C. 

Linda Jane Spaunbaugh 
Aiken, S. C. 

Cathy Coleman Spotts 
Newberry, S. C. 



Thomas Hayden Stanley 
Rome, Ga. 

Douglas White Stewart 
Decatur, Ga. 

William M. Stewart 
Blowing Rock, N. C. 

Douglas Allyn Stone 
Stockton, Calif. 



Brooks Ryan Stuckey 
BIshopville, S. C. 

John Holloway Stroud 
Greenwood, S. C. 

Terry Michael Sutherland 
Linville Fall, N. C. 

Paul J. Shields 
Scotland Neck, N. C. 



Barbara Shawn Sweat 
Ormond Beach, Fla. 

Mary Elizabeth Taylor 
Cross Anchor, S. C. 

Amelia Thompson 
Laurens, S. C. 

Thomas D. Todd 
Laurens, S. C. 




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Joseph Farrell Trice III 
Dawson, Ga. 

Nancy Virginia Turner 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Carol Lynn Van Orsdale 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Larry William Veatch 
Louisville, Ga. 



Mary Horricks Walkup 
Whiteville, N. C. 

William Russell Walter 
Charleston, W. Va. 

Carmen Dalavallade 
Wannamaker 
Pacolet, S. C. 

Becky Gardner Wentworth 
Winter Park, Fla. 



Anna Irene White 
Fort Mill, S. C. 

Cathy Ann White 
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

Elbert Newton Whitmire 
Athens, Ga. 



J. Heilig Wilkinson 
Concord, N. C. 

James Curtis Wilson 
Laurens, S. C. 

Ann Permelia Wise 
Newberry, S. C. 



Debby Jane Wright 
Landrum, S. C. 



Jane Anne Yarborough 
Clinton, S. C. 



Anna Delores Yelton 
Clinton, S. C. 



JUNIORS / 207 



Thomas Eldred Addison, Jr. 
Clinton, S. C. 

Margaret Lee Allen 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Callis Jensen Anderson 
Spartanburg, S. C. 

Antonio Enrique Angel 
Bogota, Colombia 



Eddie Jackson Ard 
Manchester, Ga. 

Mary Ellen Arnold 
Greenwood, S. C. 

Mary Graham Arrington 
Clemson, S. C. 

William Timothy Askew 
West Point, Ga. 



Basil Wayne Atwood, Jr. 
Charleston, S. C. 

Samuel Herbert Baker 
Sumter, S. C. 

Clyde Bruce Baldwin 
Tucker, Ga. 

Bert Sidney Barger 
Elberton, Ga. 



Ora Frances Becthler 
West Columbia, S. C. 

Richard Whitemore Bell 
Stone Mountain, Ga. 

Gary Lamar Black 
Decatur, Ga. 

Patricia Lynn Bogan 
Buffalo, S. C. 




210 / SOPHOMORES 




James Powe Bourne 
Cheraw, S. C. 

Ernest Joel Brown 
Pickens, S. C. 

Debra Ann Bowick 
Easley, S. C. 

Russell Oneill Bowling 
Whitmore, S. C. 



Anne Louise Bradford 
Decatur, Ga. 



Arthur Fope Bradhann 
Camden, S. C. 



Lee Emerson Brinson 
Hartwell, Ga. 



Gregory Barton Briscoe 
Marietta, Ga. 



Edward Dubose Brogdon 
Sumter, S. C. 

Charles Dennis Broome 
Lockhart, S. 0. 

Jerry Lee Broome 
Blackshear, Ga. 

Thomas Jackson Brown 
Dalton, Ga. 



Laurel Louise Bryan 
Arlington, Va. 

Lisa Ann Burnette 
Marietta, Ga. 

Kevin Craig Byington 
Greenville, S. 0. 

Amy Elizabeth Caldwell 
Buffalo, S. C. 



George Mills Camp, Jr. 
Hartsville, S. C. 



Albert Monroe Campbell, Jr. 
Anderson, S. C. 



David Gordon Campbell 
Spartanburg, S. C. 



Marshall Masters Campbell 
Anderson, S. C. 



SOPHOMORES/ 211 



Mark Stuart Carlough 
Concord, N. C. 

Joye Chapman 
Cheraw, S. 0. 

Elizabeth Anne Cheves 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Adele Cleveland 
Greenville, S. C. 



Stephen Wayne Collins 
Columbia, S. C. 

Mary Babb Cook 
Laurens, S. C. 

Valerie Ann Copley 
Aiken, S. C. 

Edna Lee Covington 
Kingstree,' S. C. 



Susan Patricia Crabil 
Decatur, Ga. 



Laura Juli Craig 
Summerville, S. C. 



Kathy Gail Crayton 
Sumter, S. C. 



Betty Jane Davis 
Norway, S. C. 



JoAnn Marie Davis 
BIythewood, S. C. 

Deborah Anne Dickenson 
Augusta, Ga. 

Jane Maxwell Drake 
Greenville, S. C. 

Anderson Cabell Early 
Lincolnton, N. C. 



Robert Manning Edens 
Columbia, S. C. 

Allen Merritt Edwards 
Kingstree, S. C. 

Ruby Penny Elliott 
Buffalo, S. C. 

John Kenneth Erwin 
Spartanburg, S. C. 




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Lillian Susan Estes 
Union, S. C. 

Robert Aaron Eudy 
Simpsonville, S. C. 

Ronald Lyn Evans 
Effingham, S. C. 

Racfiel Elizabeth Fleming 
Greenville, S. C. 



David Scott Fortune 
Ashtabula, Oh. 

David Arthur Fowler 
Greenville, S. C. 

Andrew Frederick Freeland 
Batesburg, S. C. 

Karen Rogers French 
Clinton, S. C. 



Patricia Anne Gaddy 
Dillion, S. C. 

Harmolyn Geiger 
Anderson, S. C. 

Larry Duane Green 
Quitman, Ga. 

Michael Joe Glymph 
Greenville, S. C. 



Bruce Scott Grover 
Staunton, Va. 

Julian Decherd Guess 
Union, S. C. 

John Douglas Hackett 
Greenwood, S. C. 

Martin Leslie Hammill 
Athens, Ga. 



Mildred Gordon Hansell 
Decatur, Ga. 

Susan Grace Harmon 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Susan Nickles Harrill 
Bennettsville, S. C. 

Amy Elizabeth Harris 
Laurens, S. C. 



SOPHOMORES / 213 



Cheryl Lynne Harrison 
Taylors, S. C. 

Rosaline Jean Hastings 
Columbia, S. C. 



Judy Lynn Herring 
Beaufort, S. C. 

Marion Williams Hodges 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Marcia Ann Hooks 
Barnesvllle, Ga. 



James Lane Hooten, Jr. 
Savannah, Ga. 



John Mark Hopkins 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Martha Ann Houston 
Savannah, Ga. 

Janet Louise Howe 
North Augusta, S. 0. 

Bonnie Louise Huckaby 
Atlanta, Ga. 




Allen Garlington Hunt 
Cedartown, Ga. 

Catherine Jane Hyatt 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Chudi Ogo Ifeacho 
Clinton, S. C. 

James Edward Jennings, Jr. 
Atlanta, Ga. 




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Horace Keith Johnson 
Isle de Palms 



Cyril Joseph Jones, Jr. 
Hilton Head, S. C. 



Joseph Franklin Jordan, Jr. 
Greenville, S. C. 



Brian Joseph Jowers 
Williston, S. C. 



Dudley J. Keim 
Decatur, Ga. 

Johnny Belinda Kennedy 
Laurens, S. C. 

Jerry Wayne Kennett 
Union, S. C. 

Cynthia Irene Kimball 
Charlotte, N. 0. 



Cassandra Elaine Kinney 
Danielsville, Ga. 

Larry E. Knight 
Baxley, Ga. 

Matthew William Kortrey 
Washington, Ga. 

Deborah Lynn Landes 
Greenville, S. C. 



Judith Marie Lewis 
Mount Pleasant, S. C. 

Robert Sumter Link, Jr. 
Floyd, Va. 

Parker Lewis Little 
White Sulphur, Springs, W. Va. 

Roxann Loner 
BIythewood, S. C. 



Lynn Estes Logino 
Dublin, Ga. 

Elizabeth Anne Lounsbury 
Milledgeville, Ga. 

Phyllis Susan Lyda 
Fountain Inn, S. C. 

Douglas Lynn Marsh 
Cheraw, S. C. 



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SOPHOMORES / 215 



Lynn Beakes Martin 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Samuel Edward Mattison 
Laurens, S. C. 

Clarence Alexander McArthur 
Rock Hill, S. C. 

Rick Leigti McDuff 
Fort Myers, Fla. 



Thomas Kelly McGee 
Columbia, S. C. 

Mara Maureen McGill 
Greenville, S. C. 

Lillian Mcintosh 
Kingstree, S. C. 

Anthony Foster McKissick 
Greenville, S. C. 



Cliff Hill McLeod, Jr. 
Sumter, S. C. 



Augus Gilbert Medlin 
Clio, S. C. 



Joseph Joel Mercer, Jr. 
Cordell, Ga. 



Noland Meyers II 
Greenville, S. C. 



Bryan Hoover Mickle 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Barbara Carol Mundy 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Mary Elizabeth Neel 
White, Ga. 

Mark Thomas Nelson 
Apopka, Fla. 



Roger Ezra Newton 
Andrews, S. C. 

Linda Dewill Oliver 
Charlotte, N. C. 

William Reed Owens 
Atlanta, Ga. 













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Patricia Lou Pace 
Sylvania, Ga. 

William Watson Parker 
Cades, S. C. 

Patricia Elizabeth Pease 
Atlanta, Ga. 

David Thomas Penland 
Simpsonville, S. 0. 



Richard Allison Phinney 
Laurens, S. C. 

Margaret Tara Pickens 
Greenville, S. C. 

Lynda Lu Pillsbury 
Rockville, Md. 

Virginia Dale Poston 
Johnsonville, S. C. 



John Edward Preston, Jr. 
Columbia, S. 0. 

Mary Anne Quarterman 
Savannah, Ga. 

Merle Lorrain Pruitt 
Enoree, S. C. 

John Edward Puckette 
Defuniak Springs, Fla. 



David Keith Ramey 
Laurens, S. 0. 

Lola Evalyn Randall 
Washington, Ga. 

Teedum Reid 
Georgetown, S. C. 

John Alexander Reynolds 
Greenville, S. C. 



Judith Claire Reynolds 
Sumter, S. C. 

Robert M. Reynolds 
Clinton, 8. 0. 

Susan Carson Reynolds 
Greenville, S. C. 

Elaine Cynthia Rice 
Belton, S. 0. 



SOPHOMORES / 217 



Marguerite Henry Rice 
Belton, S. C. 

Walter James Roberts 
Columbia, S. C. 

Carol Ann Rollins 
Greenville, S. C. 

William Alvin Roof 
Columbia, S. C. 



Karen Anne Rowell 
Andrews, S. C. 

Jennifer Leigh Rudder 
Greenville, S. C. 

Joe Gordon Salmon 
Summerville, S. C. 

Diana Lynne Scott 
Greenwood, S. C. 



Vivian Margaret Scroggs 
West Point, Ga. 

Alvin Durand Sewell 
Forsyth, Ga. 

Wanda Kay Shealy 
Joanna, S. C. 

Sandrea Agnes Shockley 
Decatur, Ga. 



Kimberly Anne Shurbutt 
Spartanburg, S. C. 

Helen Janette Shurbutt 
Elberton, Ga. 

Alan Richard Smith 
Seneca, S. C. 

Joan Donna Stelling 
Greenville, S. C. 



Jean Truesdale Stone 
Greenville, S. C. 



Cynthia Emalin Strickland 
Morrow, Ga. 



Joyce Brown Taylor 
Laurens, S. C. 



John M. Templeton 
Gastonia, N. C. 




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Daniel Lee Tillman 
Cheraw, S. C. 



Johnny Madison Tramei 
Pacolet, S. C. 



David Edgar Tribble, Jr. 
Columbia, S. C. 



Charles Richard Tucker 
Forest Park, Ga. 



Philip Arthur Tukey 
Spartanburg, S. C. 

Robert Winslow Turner 
Johnsonville, S. C. 

Andrew Aaron Tweito 
Columbia, S. C. 

Jasper Brabbam Varn 
Bamberg, S. C. 



Kathryn Elizabeth Vickery 
Hartwell, Ga. 

Anita Lynn Wallace 
Atlanta, Ga. 

John Ward Weiss 
Montgomery, Ala. 

Thomas Early Whitaker III 
Greenville, S. C. 



SOPHOMORES / 219 



Mary Elizabeth Whittemore 
Dalton, Ga. 

Walter Winston Wilfong 
Athens, Ga. 

Thomas Austin Wilson 
Columbia, S. C. 

James Richard Woodward 
Greer, S. C. 



Marion Hay Wyman 
Aiken, S. C. 

Beth Goodwin Young 
Whitmire, S. C. 

Jerelyn Sue Zander 
Charleston, S. 0. 





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Alvaro Jose Angel De Greiff 

Bogota. Colombia 

South America 



Eleanor Crawford Armstrong 
Greenville, S. C. 



Larry Garner Ballard 
Hanahan, S. C. 



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Susan Carol Bradley 
Whitmire, S. C. 



Susan Marie Brassfleld 
Atlanta, Ga. 



John Parks Brigman 
Columbia, S. 0. 



Glenn Carl Bullard 
Debary, Fla. 



Linda Carolyn Clark 
North Augusta, S. C. 



Deborah Ann Clark 
Blutf City, Tenn. 



Melody, Jean Coe 
Tucker.Ga. 



Alice Copes van Hasselt 
Spartanburg, S. C. 



Gary Wallace Corley 
Clinton, S. C. 



FRESHMEN / 223 



Jonathan Worth Cresswell 
Stone Mountain, Ga. 



m Robert Floyd, Jr. 
Chester, Va. 



Thonf)as Burton Gardner 
Baxley, Ga. 



224 / FRESHMEN 





Steven William Gruber 
St, George. S. C. 



Rhett Hagood Hasell 
Columbia, S. C. 



Shelby Jean Hewitt 
Conway, S. C. 



John Randall Hoggl< 
Georgetown, S. C. 



Linda Catherine Holt 
Chattanooga, Tenn. 



Mary Winilerrd Holt 
Loris, S. C. 



FRESHMEN / 225 



James Cree Jacob 
Tampa. Fla. 



Paul Rankin Jameson, Jr. 
Greenville. S. C. 



Michael Clayton Jones 
Concord. N. C. 



Robert Neil Keltti 
Abbeville, S. C. 



Joseph Whitner Kennedy 
Hickory, N. C. 



Louie William King 
Taylors, S. C. 



Elizabeth Jane Lee 
Columbia, S. C. 



Benlamin Rushton Matthews 
Darlington, S. C. 




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Deborah Eva Meeks 
Perry, Ga. 



FRESHMEN / 227 



Lynn Louise Partington 
Naples, Fla. 



Christine Hunt Reld 
Woodruff, S. C. 



Jeffrey Graham Reynolds 
Trenton, S. C. 



Daniel Wesley Scarborough 
Baxley, Ga. 



Susan Jean Sexton 
Greenville, S. C. 



Charles Michael Shepherd 
Jacksonville, Fla. 



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William Nell Sinclair 
Laurinburg. N. C. 



Sally Smoak 
Miami, Fla. 



Teresa Diane Stone 
Greenville, S. C. 



Albert Patrick Thomas, Jr. 
Lexington, S. C. 



Robert Davis Thompson, Jr. 
Olanta, S. C. 



FRESHMEN / 229 



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Janet Ellen Witt 
Holly Hill, S. C. 



Lucy Ann Wright 
Spartanburg, S. C. 




FRESHMEN / 231 






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Congratulations and Best Wishes 
from 

M. S. BAILEY & SON, 
BANKERS 

SERVING THE CLINTON AREA 
SINCE 1886 




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D. E. TRIBBLE COMPANY 

Serving Clinton with quality 

building materials since 1894 

Phone 833-2134 Clinton, S. C. 



ROBERTS DRIVE-IN 



A Nice Place To Go 
for Good Things to Eat 



833-3583 



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EARL'S E-Z MART 


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OPEN 7-n 
7 Days a Week 


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833-441 1 


Clinton Office Supply 




113 N. Broad St. 
P. O. Box 238 Clinton, S. C. 29325 




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All Electronic Calculators 
School & Church Supplies 




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Wholesale 
Plumbing, Heating, Water Systems 



WHITEFORD'S DRIYE-IN 

801 S. Broad Street 
Clinton, S. C. 

FINE FOOD 

Bring Your Family 



Come On Down To Buddy's 

Air Conditioned Cold Beer Color TV 

HoOOO 
SANDER'S Spur 

Phone 833-3566 
& 

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Phone 833-4400 



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Young's Gulf Station 

Tires 

Road Service 

Tubes 
Accessories 

CARROLL & CHARLES 

Phone 833-1487 212 N. Broad Sf. 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 

Class of '75 




Tom W. Campbell — Alanoger 




WE ARE 
WHAT WE 
PROMISE" 



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Clinton, S. C. 



SOUTHERN FOODS, INC. 



Box 5067 



Greenville, S. C. 



CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS 




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Restaurant featuring Prime Ribs of Beef, au jus 



SHEALY'S FLORIST 

"Flowers Especially For You" 
Jacobs Highway 
Clinton, South Carolina 
— We Wire Flowers — 



Center Service Station 



TEXACO PRODUCTS 



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Comp/imenfs of 



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CLINTON, S. C. 
833-2422 



BALDWIN MOTOR CO. 

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CLINTON, SOUTH CAROLINA 



SUNSHINE CLEANERS 

Laundry and Dry Cleaning 

SANITONE 

CERTIFIED MASTER 

DRY CLEANERS 



Phone 833-1492 
Clinton, South Carolina 



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McGEE'S 


H. D. PAYNE AND COMPANY 


DRUG STORE 


PHONE 833-0783 




Distributors of 

TEXACO PETROLEUM PRODUCTS 


CLINTON, S. C. 


FIRESTONE TIRES & TUBES 




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YARBOROUGH STUDIO 
& CAMERA SHOP 



107 E. Pitts Street 



CLINTON, SOUTH CAROLINA 



Pac Sac Photographer 



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and 

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Clinton's Complete Pharmacy 

Near PC 

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West Main Street 

Clinton, S. C. 
PHONE 833-4380 

Sun.-Thurs. 9 a.m. -11 p.m. 
Fri. & Sat. Open Til 12:45 

Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, Mill< Shakes, 
Banana Splits, Nut Sundaes, "Soft" Ice Cream 



Compliments of 

MUSGRO I E INN 

FOOD & LODGING 

Clinton, S. C. 
Phone (803) 833-5100 



Compliments of 

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COMPANY 



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Clinton S C. 



Phone 833-0138 
On the Square Since 1937 



Best Wishes From 

HANCOCK POULTRY CORP. 

Ridge Spring Highway 
SALUDA, S. C. 



SUNNYDALE MEATS, INC. 



WHOLESALE 
Gaffney, S. C. 



Industrial Supply Company 



Everything in Textile Mill Supplies 



CLINTON, S. C. 



Out of the past, the present . . . 

out of the earth, the f^olri, the 

diamonds, the pearls . . . out of 
the arts and crnjts of antiquity, 
evolves the opulence of today. 




103 E. Pitts Street 



Clinton, S. C. 



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THE STYLE CENTER 
OF CLINTON 

Fashions For Every 
Member of the Family 

Use Your Belk Charge Card, 
It's So Convenient For You 



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OPEN 




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ARMY 

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1975 ROTG SENIORS 





2LT Dan Adams 



2LT Rick Limehouse 






2LT George Wilkes 



2LT Ronnie Roth 



2LT Kenny Hudlow 





2LT David Hartsell 



2LT Jim Beam 



For More Information On The ROTC Program At Presbyterian College, Write: 

The PMS 

Presbyterian College 
Clinton, S. C. 29325 

Or Call: 1 -803-833-3183 



ADVERTISEMENTS / 245 




246 / ADVERTISEMENTS 



CANDIDATES 

FOR 
GRADUATION 



ADAIR, CHARLES EDWIN 
B.S. Business Administration 

ADAMS, Jr., CARL DANIEL 

B.S. Social Studies; Football, 3. 4; Track, 
1, 2, 3; FCA, 1, 2, 3, 4; Resident Coun- 
selor, 3, 4; Dean's List; Pi Kappa Alpha; 
Superior Cdt. Award, 1; Army ROTC 
DMS; Br. Cdr. Army ROTC. 

ALLEN, CLARENCE JAMES 

B.S. Psychology; head resident coun- 
selor, 4; Dean's List; Alpha Sigma Phi 
President, 3; Who's Who; Blue Key, 
President, 4; Founders Scholar; Mini- 
Parks Committee. 

ALLEN, DUNCAN BRISTOL 

B.S. Business Administration; SPIT, 1; 
COP, 2; Dean's List; Alpha Sigma Phi, 
Treasurer. 4; Sigma Kappa Alpha Aca- 
demic Honor Society; Blue Key. 

ANDERSON, JAMES KEITH 
B.S. Biology; Dean's List. 

BABB, KAREN GAIL 

B.S. Elementary Education; Family Court 
Cottage; Homecoming Court, 3. 

BEAM, MARION JAMES 

B.S. Psychology; Army ROTC. 

BEDINGER, SALLY ANNE 

B.S. Special Education; CEC, 2, 3, 4; 
Young Republicans, 1; Dean's List; SEC, 
4; Powder Puff Football, 1, 2, 3, 4; Vol- 
unteer Services, 2, 3; Intramurals. 

BELLEW, HOWARD LORING 
B.S. Psychology. 

BLOCKER, Jr., BILLY RAY 

B.A. Religion/History; Pi Kappa Phi, 
Treasurer. 

BOLDING, REBECCA LYNNE 
B.A. Fine Arts/Drama. 

BRANNON, III, BENJAMIN WYLIE 
B.A. Religion. 

BROWN, PAULA ELIZABETH 
B.S. Social Studies. 

BRUCE, THOMAS DAVID 

B.A. History; Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice- 
President, 3, President, 4; FOB, 2, 3, 4; 
Blue Key, 4. 

BRYANT. WILLIAM BRADLEY 

B.S. Business/Economics; Dean's List; 
Business and Economics Club, 2; Blue 
Key, 4; Alpha Sigma Phi, Vice-President, 
4; Army ROTC, 1, 2. 

BURRELL, MARIAN ELAINE 

B.S. Special Education; Whitten Village 
Volunteer; FOB. 2, 3; Women's Council, 
3. 4; Dorm President; Cardinal Key, 3, 4; 
CEC, 3, 4, Secretary CEC. 

CALHOUN, DORIS ANN 
B.A. Religion. 

CARLYLE, JAMES MELVIN 
B.S. Psychology. 

CARTEE, Jr., WALKER MARVIN 

B.A. English; Alpha Sigma Phi; FOB, 3, 4. 

CARWILE, GLORIA GAIL 
B.S. Mathematics. 

CLAYTON, GARY LEROY 
B.S. Business Administration. 

CONSTANTINE, RANDALL ALAN 

B.A. English; Pi Kappa Phi Award; CRC 



Chemistry Award; Putsey Silas Bailey 
Award; Taylor H. Stukes Award; Dean's 
List; Rifle Team; SPIT; COP; Alston 
Wilkes Society; Student Assembly; Ab- 
sence Committee; SEC; Sigma Kappa 
Alpha. 
CONSTANTINE, JACQUELINE SUE 

B.S. Psychology; SPIT; Psi Chi, 3, 4; 
Dean's List; SEC, 4; Sigma Kappa Alpha. 
COOK, LAWRENCE NATHANIEL 

B.S. Business. 
CRAIG, LILA CHRISTINA 

B.S. Psychology; COP; Dean's List; Psi 
Chi; Sigma Kappa Alpha. 
CRANE, JOHN LOUIS 

B.A History/Political Science. Resident 
Counselor; Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4. President, 4; 
Who's Who; Student Affairs; Madrigals, 
4; Alpha Sigma Phi; SGA, 3. 

CROMER, JAMES EVERETTE 

B.S. Biology/Education; COP, 2, 3; BSU, 
1, 2. Blue Stocking, 4; Founder's Scholar. 

CUDD, ROBERT LEONARD 
B.S. Business; Dean's List. 

CURRY, ANNETTE KAYE 

B.S. Special Education; Dean's List; 
Cardinal Key; CEC. 

DAVIS, WALTER POWELL 
B.A. Fine Arts/Drama. 

DEW, HARTWELL COLEMAN 

B.S. Business; Theta Chi, Treasurer, 3, 
President, 4; Blue Key; Student Affairs 
Council; Judicial Council, 3, 4; PaC SaC, 
Business Manager, 3, 4; Dean's List, 
Resident Counselor; SGA, 2: Who's Who, 
IFC, 4. 

DICKEY, BRUCE SHYROCK ^ 

B.A. Fine Arts. 

DOBBINS, MARY PRENTISS 
B.S. Special Education. 

DONALDSON, WILLIAM CLARENCE 

B.S. Chemistry; SGA, 2; SPIT; Proctor, 
3; American Chemical Society, Vice- 
President, 3; President, 4; Who's Who; 
Dean's List; Sigma Kappa Alpha; Found- 
er's Scholar. 

DORROUGH, DAVID LEE 
B.A. History; COP; TGIF. 

DOWLING, CYNTHIA CELESTINE 
B.A. History; Dean's List. 

DUNCAN, LYNN HARDIN 
B.S, Elementary Education. 

DURST, WALTER MERRILL 

B.A. Fine Arts; Alpha Psi Omega, 3, 4; 
Student Affairs Council, 3, 4; Student 
Assembly, 3, 4; PC Players, 3, 4; Who's 
Who in American Jr. Colleges, 2; Delta 
Psi Omega, 2: Denmark Society; Drama 
Award, 2; Literary Yearbook Staff, 1, 2; 
transfer; Anderson Jr. College. 

ELSBERRY, WILLIAM ARNOLD 
B.A. History/Political Science. 

FARLEY, MEREDITH GENTRY McQUEEN 
B.S. Business Administration. 

FARLEY, THOMAS KALIEL 
B.S. Psychology. 

FENDLEY, HAROLD EDWARD 

B.S. Sociology; Football, Track, FCA; 
Ski Club, 3. 

FORTUNE, MICHAEL EDWARD 

B.S. Business Administration; Track, Eco- 
nomics and Business Club, Blue Stocking 
Business Manager; Resident Counselor. 

FREEMAN, EDWARD CLINTON 
B.A. Religion. 

FREEMON, GEORGE FLOURNOY 

B.S. Psychology; Intramural Staff, Resi- 
dent Counselor, Pi Kappa Alpha. 

GADDY, Jr.. JOSEPH MILLS 
B.S. Business Administration. 



GAMBRELL, Jr., JAMES CLINTON 

B.S. Business Administration; Basketball, 
3; FOB, 4; Theta Chi. 

GARRIS, MARY KATHRYN 

B.S. Psychology; Choir, 1; Riflery, 3. 

GATEWOOD, JOSEPH SCHLEY 
B.S. Biology. 

GILLESPIE, JEAN MASON 

B.S. Psychology; FOB, 3, 4; Intramurals, 
1, 2, 3, 4. 

GOODRICH, WILLIAM ALFRED 
B.A. Religion. 

GOODSON, BRENDA GAIL 
B.A. Religion. 

GREEN, Jr., JAMES FRANKLIN 
B.S. Biology; Kappa Alpha. 

GRIFFIN, ALLEN JAMES 
B.S. Biology. 

GRISCOM, Jr., WILLIAM GARDEN 
B.A. History/Political Science. 

HAMRICK. AUGUSTUS WARDLAW 

B.S. Business Administration; Theta Chi. 

HARDY, FRANK EDWARD FELKNOR 
B.S. Business Administration 

HARRELL, INA JEAN 

B.S. Biology/Education; TGIF; SGA, 1; 
Volunteer Services; Cardinal Key, Presi- 
dent 4; Psi Chi; Sigma Kappa Alpha 3, 4; 
Who's Who; PaC SaC. 

HARTSELL, DAVID CAREY 
B.S. Psychology. 

HEARN, JANET ELIZABETH 

B.S. Biology; Whitten Village Sunday 
School, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Kappa Alpha, 3, 4; 
FOB, 4; Dean's List; Pep Band, 4. 

HEINSOHN, ANN MARIE 

B.S. Biology/Education; Judicial Review 
Board, 3; Student Assembly, 3, Dean's 
List, Mini Parks Committee; Tri-Beta 
Society; Social Committee Chairman. 

HENDERSON, HUGH ARCH 
B.A. Religion, History. 

HENDERSON, THOMAS DAVID 

B.S. Psychologv; SEC, 2; Theta Chi. 

HERD, RANDY STEPHEN 

B.S. Mathematics; Founders Scholar; 
Dean's List; Jean Kirkley Mathematics 
Award; ROTC Wysor Rangers, 1; Baptist 
Student Union, 1, 2; Sigma Kappa Alpha; 
PC Players, 4. 

HESTIR, NINA LEE 

B.S. Biology / Education; Dean's List 
Who's Who; Student Affairs Council, 3, 4 
Women's Council, 3. 4; Madrigals, 1, 2, 3 
Sigma Kappa Alpha; Cardinal Key, Treas- 
urer; Cardinal Key Cup, 1. 
HODGES, III, GEORGE HEYWARD 

B.A. History. 
HOPKINS, BERNARD WILSON 

B A English; SEC, 2; Dean's List; Blue 
Key; Theta Chi, Secretary, 3, Vice Presi- 
dent, 4. 
HOPKINS, NANCY ELLEN 

B.S. Elementary Education; SGA, 2; ROTC 
Sponsor, 2; Cardinal Key, 2, 3, 4, Secre- 
tary, 3; Homecoming Queen, 2; Women's 
Council, 3, 4; Dorm President, 4; Sigma 
Kappa Alpha, 3, 4; PaC SaC Staff, 2; 
Marshall, 3; Who's Who; Dean's List. 
HUDGINS, 'RICHARD OLEN 
B.A. Religion; Theta Chi. 
HUDLOW, ROBERT KENNETH 

B.A. History. 
HUFF, MARIE GLENN 

B.S. Mathematics; Dean's List, Cardinal 
Key Award; Neill G. Whitelaw Scholar- 
ship, Sigma Kappa Alpha. 
HUMPHRIES, LELAND BAILEY 

B.S. Psychology; Psi Chi, 4; PC Players, 
3, 4; Alpha Psi Omega, 4. 



INDEX / 247 



IVEY, FRANKLIN WYSOR 

B.S. Business Administration. 
JACKS, JOHN TIMOTHY 

B.S. Business Administration. 
JARMAN, AMOS MADISON 

B.A. Religion. 
JOHNSON, HUGH ROY 

B.S. Psyctiology. 
JOHNSON, LYNN ROLLINS 

B.S. Psychology. 
JONES, FRANCES NEWTON 

B.A. English, Fine Arts: Alpha Psi Omega; 

Sigma Kappa Alpha; PC Players, Cardinal 

Key: SGA, 2; Dean's List. 
JONES, NORMAN F. 

B.A. History / Political Science; Kappa 

Alpha. 
LANFORD, CYNTHIA HAMRICK 

B.S. Special Education; Cardinal Key; 

CEC. 
LEA, PHILIP BUNN 

B.S. Psychology. 
LEE, JOSEPH EDWARD 

B.A. History / Political Science; Blue 

Stocking Staff, 1, 2, 3, 4, News Editor, 3, 

Editor, 4; Student Assembly, 3, 4; Human 

Relations Council, 2, 3, 4; Resident Coun- 
selor, 3: PaC SaC staff, 4. 
LEHEW, LEONARD GARLAND 

B.S. Chemistry. 
LIMEHOUSE, Jr., RICHARD WILLIAM 

B.S. Business Administration: Alpha 

Sigma Phi, Vice President, 3: Rifle Team, 

1, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 2; S-3 Cadet Bat- 
talion Army ROTC; ROTC Aviator. 

LOGAN, BENJAMIN F. 

B.S. Business Administration; Track; Pi 

Kappa Phi. 
LOLLIS, JOHN MICHAEL 

B.S. Business Administration. 
LOWN, DOUGLAS ROYCE 

B.S. Psychology. 
MAHY, HAROLD ALLEN 

B.A. History; Intramurals. 
MARTIN, DEBRA KYLE 

B.S. Special Education. 
MATHIS, DAVID KYLE 

B.S. Business Administration; Pi Kappa 

Phi. 
MAXWELL, JOE T. 

B.S. Business Administration; FOB, 4. 
MAYES, Jr., JAMES EDGAR 

B.S. Business Administration. 
McABEE, Jr., GEORGE REDRICK 

B.S. Biology. 
McCRACKIN, ELIZABETH MERIWETHER 

B.A. English/Elementary Education, PaC 

SaC Staff; Social Committee, 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Blue Stocking Staff. 
McFADYEN, JAMES LAWRENCE 

B.S. Business Administration. 
McGEHEE, MARY ANGELA 

B.S. Biology; Dean's List; Judicial Review 

Committee. 
McGRAW, JOSEPH THOMAS 

B.A. English/Fine Arts; Who's Who; Blue 

Key: SEC, 1, 2, 3, 4, Chairman, 4; Alpha 

Psi Omega, 2, 3, 4, Vice President, 3, 4; 

Dean's List; Lecture and Fine Arts Com- 
mittee; PaC SaC Staff, 4; PC Players, 1, 

2, 3, 4. 
MCGREGOR, ANGELIA 

B.S. Special Education; Whitten Village 
Volunteer, 1; CEC, 2, 3; SPIT, 2; Home- 
coming Court, 3; Dean's List. 
MclNTOSH, SUSAN CARLENE 

B.S. Special Education; State Student 
Council for Exceptional Children, Secre- 
tary; CEC; Student Volunteers; Whitten 
Village Volunteer. 



McKEE, JOHN PAUL 

B.S. Business Administration. 
McKEE, PEGGY ANNE 

B.A. History. 
McLEOD, ANNA CULLEY 

B.S. Sociology: Dean's List; Human Re- 
lations Council; Alston Wilkes Society. 
McNAIR, Jr., GEORGE FRANKLIN 

B.A. History. 
METZKE, BARBARA ANN 

B.A. English: Madrigals, 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's 

List: Alston Wilkes Society: Sigma Kappa 

Alpha. 
MIERS, MOLLY SUSAN 

B.A. English: Judicial Council, 2, 3, 4; 

Dean's List; Who's Who; Cardinal Key; 

Human Relations Council; Volunteer Ser- 
vices, 2: Homecoming Court. 
MILLER. MARION DOUGLAS 

B.A. History: Basketball. 
MOORE, BARBARA KAYE 

B.S. Psychology: Dean's List, 2, 3, 4; 

Psi Chi, 3; Secretary-Treasurer Psi Chi, 

4; Student Volunteer, 3; Girl Scout 

Leader, 3. 
MURDOCK, Jr., JAMIE LEE 

B.S. Business Administration; FOB, 3; 

Proctor, 3; Blue Key: Sigma Nu. 
NICOSIA, GARY WAYNE 

B.S. Psychology; Alpha Sigma Phi: IFC, 

Vice-President, 4; Ski Club, 3; Assistant 

Intramural Director, 2; Volunteer Ser- 
vices, 2; Student Assembly, 4. 
NORFLEET, COBURN THOMAS 

B.S. Psychology. 
NORMAN, RALPH WARREN 

B.S. Business Administration; SGA, 1; 

Pi Kappa Alpha. 
NUSSBAUMER, BERNARD JOSEPH 

B.S. Psychology. 
ORCK, JOHN STANLEY 

B.S. Business Administration: Theta Chi, 

President, 4; Track; FOB; Football, Cap- 
tain, 4; All-District, 4; ROTC, Ski Club, 3; 

Karate Club. 
OWENS, ROBERT GLASGOW 

B.S. Biology/Chemistry; Pi Kappa Phi; 

Agape, 1, 2; Whitten Village Volunteer, 

2, 3- 
OWENS, ROBIN SHANE 

B.A, Religion; COP, Coordinator, 1, 2, 3. 
PEARSON, DON RAY 

B.S. Chemistry. 
PRINCE, CYNTHIA MAE 

B.S. Psychology: SPIT; SEC, 2, 3, 4. 
RANDALL, III, COMER HENRY 

B.S. Psychology; Basketball, 1, 2; Theta 

Chi. 
REID, Jr., JOSEPH RIDGEWAY 

B.S. Business Administration; Basketball, 

1, 2, 3. 
RICHIE, JOHN CARTER 

B.S, Business Administration. 
ROBERTS, HENRIETTA NEIDHARDT 

B.A. Fine Arts; Dean's List. 
ROGERS, DEBRA MARTIN 

B.S. Special Education; CEC: Dean's List; 

Whitten Village Volunteer: Intramurals. 
ROSENBERG, JAMES DENNIS 

B.S. Business Administration; Kappa Al- 
pha, Treasurer, 3; Dean's List; Blue Key; 

IFC. 
ROTH, RONALD DAVISON 

B.S. Business Administration. 
RUDY, MARGARET LYNDON 

B.S. Mathematics; Curriculum Committee, 

3; Student Assembly, 3; Dean's List; 

Sigma Kappa Alpha, 3, 4. 
SANDERS, SARAH KATHERINE 

B.S. Psychology; Psi Chi, Secretary- 



Treasurer, 3, President, 4; Guidance 
Council, 4; Women's Council, 4; Dorm 
President, 4; Cardinal Key; Who's Who; 
Dean's List. 

SCHOEN, LINDA ANN 
B.A. English. 

SEARS, BARBARA ANN 

B.S. Math/Education; Dean's List; Vol- 
unteer Services. 

SECORD, FORREST BARKER 

B.A. Religion/Philosophy; Rifle Team, 1, 

2, 3, 4; Madrigals, 3; Pi Kappa Phi; SPIT, 
1 : Boy Scouts, 1. 

SHOAF, LINDA LOUISE 

B.S. Special Education; Cardinal Key, 4; 

CEC, 3, 4; SGA, 4; Women's Council, 4; 

Intramurals, 3, 4. 
SHOOK, PAMELA MARIE 

B.A. Fine Arts/Drama; PC Players; Alpha 

Psi Omega. Secretary, 3; Blue Stocking 

Staff: Dean's List: Figs and Thistles Staff. 
SHULER, SUZANNE THACKSTON 

B.S. Psychology. 
SHULER, WILLIAM AIKEN 

B.S. Psychology; Pi Kappa Phi; SPIT. 
SILVER, K. MIKE 

B.S. Biology: Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Co- 
Captain Basketball, 4; Blue Key; Pi Kappa 

Phi; Resident Counselor. 
SINCLAIR, NANCY JEAN 

B.A. History/Political Science. 
SMITH. BETTY REYNOLDS 

B.A. Religion: AGAPE: COP. 
SMITH, Jr., HARVEY LANDON 

B.S. Psychology. 
SMITH, LAURA FRANCES 

B.A. English; Choir, 2, 3; Dean's List; PC 

Players: Human Relations Club; Sigma 

Kappa Alpha; SPIT. 
SNIPES, STEPHEN PUTNAM 

B.S. Businss Administration. 
SPADUZZI, STEPHEN ALAN 

B.S. Business Administration. 
STANDRIDGE, JENNY SUE 

B.S. Elementary Education; Choir, 1, 2; 

Dean's List; Golf Team, 1; BSU, Presi- 
dent. 
STELLING, DONALD EARL 

B.A. History. 
STOCKMAN, ROY TRENT 

B.S. Chemistry: Football, 1, 2, 3, 4. 
STUART, JOHN MICHAEL 

B.A. English. 
THOMAS, Jr., JOSEPH DEER 

B.S. Chemistry: Football Trainer, 1, 2, 

3, 4: Sigma Kappa Alpha; Dean's List; 
Pi Kappa Alpha. 

THOMAS, III, MARK WOODING 

B.A. History; Theta Chi; Intramural Staff; 

Intramural Coordinator. 
TOOLE, NILES VAN 

B.S. Business Administration; Football, 1, 

2, 3; Sigma Nu; FOB. 
TOUCHTON, ZETA NIBLOCK 

B.S. Elementary Education/Christian Edu- 
cation: PaC SaC Staff, 4; FOB, 3, 4; 
Religious Activities Committee, 4; Stu- 
dent Assembly, 4; COP, 2, 3, 4, Coordi- 
nator, 4; Bailey Social Committee, 2, 3, 
Chairman, 3. 

TRIBBLE, CURTIS GREEN 

B S. Biology; SGA, 1, 4, Treasurer, 2, 3; 
Who's Who. 

TRICKETT, Thomas Edward 
B.A, History/Political Science. 

TUCKER, JANE MITCHELL 
B.S. Business Administration. 

ULRICH, SUSAN WARD 

B.A. English/History; PC Players, 1, 2, 

3, 4; Alpha Psi Omega, 2, 3, 4; Secretary, 



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4: SPIT, 1; Homecoming Court, 4: Blue 
Stocking Staff, 3, 4: PaC SaC Staff, Edi- 
tor, 4: Student Assembly. 

VARNER, JOHN J. 

Kappa Alpha, President, 4: SEC, 2, 3; 
Student Assembly, 3, 4; FOB, 4. 

VINCENT, ELLEN VICTORIA 

B S. Biology; FOB, 4; PaC SaC Staff, 4; 
Curriculum Committee, 4; Student As- 
sembly, 4: Cardinal Key, 4; Dean's List. 

VINCENT, HELEN SUSAN 

B.S. Business Administration: Dean's List; 
Student Assembly, 4; Student Council, 
Treasurer, 4; PaC SaC Staff, 4; Cardinal 
Key, 4; Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Webb, Sr. 
Scholarsfiip, 4. 

WADE, Jr., WILLIAM BARNETT 

B.A. Religion; Volunteer Services, Co- 
ordinator: Judicial Council, Chairman; 
Student Council: Blue Key; Sigma Kappa 
Alpha: Who's Who: Sigma Nu. 

WADE. SHERYL ELIZABETH 
B.A. Fine Arts/Art. 

WALKER, JOHN NEWTON 

B.S. Business Administration; Dean's List; 
Bailey Scholarship. 

WALKER, Jr., WILLIAM SEAY 
B.S. Biology 

WALSH, BARBARA LYNN 

B.S. Mathematics: Dean's List; Who's 
Who; Women's Council, 1, 2, 3, Presi- 
dent, 4; Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4; Cardinal 
Key, 3, 4; Vice-President Cardinal Key, 3; 
Sigma Kappa Alpha, 2, 3, 4; FOB, 2, 3, 
Chairman, 3. 

WARREN, WILLIAM ATKINS 
B.A. History 

WATKINS, MICHAEL ROLAND 

B.S. Chemistry: AGAPE, 3, 4; SEC, 3, 4; 
American Chemical Society, 2, 3, 4; 
Dean's List; Sigma Kappa Alpha. 

WENTZKY, ELIZABETH HARVEY 

B.A. Christian Education: Student Activi- 
ties, 2, 3, 4, Secretary: SEC, 2, 3, 4; 
Dean's List, 4; SPIT. 

WENTZKY, TED EDWARD 

B.S. Psychology: Football, 1, 2, 3, 4; 
FCA; All State Football, 4; All District 
NAIA Football, 2, 4; All American Hon- 
orable Mention, 2. 

WHATLEY, MILDRED ALLEN 

B.A. English; SGA, 3, President, 4; Car- 
dinal Key, 2, 3, 4; PC Players, 1, 2; Dean's 
List: Who's Who, 4; Sigma Kappa Alpha, 
2, 3, 4; Volunteer Services, 1; Founder's 
Scholar. 

WHITE, WILLIAM HENRY 
B.A. History. 

WILKES, GEORGE GARDNER 

B.A. Religion: Blue Stocking Staff, 2, 3, 
4; PaC SaC, 4; Track, 1, 2, 3; IFC, 4; Pi 
Kappa Phi, 1, 2, 3, 4; SGA, 2; Whitten 
Village Sunday School, 3, 4. 

WILKES, JERRILYN REID 

B.S. Psychology: Psi Chi, 3; Dean's List, 

2, 3: Whitten Village Sunday School, 3. 
WILSON, WILLIAM EARLE 

B.S. Mathematics/Physics; Dean's List; 

Sigma Kappa Alpha; BSU. 
WILLIAMS, JAMES WESLEY 

B.A. English. 
WOODS, ANN JEFFREYS 

B.A. Music/Music Education; Choir, 1, 2, 

3, 4: Madrigals, 3, 4; Dean's List. 
YOUNG, JAMES EDMUNDS 

B.S. Business Administration; Alpha 
Sigma Phi, Treasurer, 3. 






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